Treat Them Right, With Beet-e-bites

The leader in Low Sugar, Low Starch All-Natural Horse Treats and Equipockets Pill Pouches.

The Perfect Treats for Horses with Insulin Resistance, Cushing’s Disease, EMS and PSSM.

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Delicious, low Sugar, low starch BEET-E-BITES horse treats were developed with the needs of Cushing’s, Insulin Resistant, EMS, EPSM, and other carbohydrate sensitive horses in mind. They are ideal to treat ALL horses! If you prefer NOT to feed your horse excess amounts of sugar and grain products, and are concerned about what is in your horse treats, these low sugar, low starch treats are the perfect choice for you! First low sugar, low starch treat available on the market, still the best 10 years later! BEET-E-BITES Horse treats and Equipocket pill pouches are THE number one approved products by the Equine Cushing’s and Insulin Resistant Group(ECIR). Find us on their site

These treats will not upset the balanced nutrition you provide your horse, and contain organic ground flax seed, full of important Omega 3 fatty acids.
Equipockets pill pouches are the perfect way to medicate your horses, and are ideal for administering Prascend (pergolide) tablets. These delicious soft-moist treats make giving small tablet medications an enjoyable part of your horse’s day. They come in five yummy flavors, Apple, Banana, Licorice, Cherry, and Peppermint! Equipockets were designed with the veterinarians at Boehringer Ingelheim (the maker’s of Prascend), and were very successfully field tested.

Equipockets pill pouches make medication time “treat” time, and are a wonderful soft-moist treat for seniors as well.


We are happy to see our customers and their animals loving our products. See what they have to say!

  • Hello Cherie, You are welcome and THANK YOU for making the Beet-E-Bites available for us. I appreciate your hard work in bringing this product to us. My IR foundered Arabian gelding loves every flavor so I just chose the ones that I like the aroma of the best LOL. Even though I have decades of horse care taking experience, managing insulin resistant horses (esp. Arabians who are my favorites) is the most tricky path of careful care taking of horses ever, … ever *sigh*. After trying for years of following other professionals “helpful” advice and using my own simple yet out dated “fat horse” care experience without producing a lot of good results, I have now gotten on board with the ECIR emergency diet protocol, changed to a barefoot farrier lady who supports ECIR principles and may even have to change vets to one that my new farrier works with (that may be a last resort deal, my present vet is super skilled but maybe not up to speed on recommending the ECIR protocols). The Beet-e-bites are a blessing to have to my guys feeding program. He loves his snacks esp since I have restricted his snacks for many years! And as a side note, my barn owner’s dog Buddy LOVES Beet-e-bites too, he drools like a waterfall when he sees me getting the snacks out for my horse. Thank you and my horse thanks you too! Connie O