LIKIT Refill Carrot Horse Treat, 1.43-lb bag -

Likit Refill Carrot Horse Treat, 1.43-lb bag

By Likit
Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars
$5.99Chewy Price
$6.99Chewy Price
$5.69Autoship Price
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About This Item


  • Delicious formulation your horse or pony will love.
  • Tasty carrot flavor.
  • Made from human food grade raw materials.
  • Manufactured in Scotland.
  • Available in many yummy flavors.

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Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
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2 Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Julia on May 10, 2022

Arab gelding: carrots > apples

I ordered one of these and my mini mule didn’t love it as much as the apple one but still licked it because she will eat anything. My Arabian x though actually licked it which surprised me because I never saw him lick the apple one and he’s kinda picky on treats. I have noticed that he seems to like carrots over apples though so maybe I just need to get him the carrot ones and my mule the apple ones lol. I don’t have the hanger that they are supposed to go in so I just bring it out sometimes on some bailing twine and let them go at it for 5-10 minutes before putting it away in the feed room.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By GaryCat on Dec 14, 2021

What in the world?

I thought my husband had, for unknown reasons, put the jalapeño chips he likes to eat in my barn bag...when I started searching for the chips I discovered that it was the carrot flavored Likit that was letting off the bizarre smell. My horse didn't even want to be in the stall with it and spent the next half hour after I hung it up at the far end of her paddock. My friend's garbage disposal of a horse did decide to eat it--the whole barn smells when he works on it. The Likit did provide an entertaining game where people took turns smelling it and guessing what flavor it was supposed to be. Two stars because a horse did technically eat it and for the entertainment provided.