Purina ONE SmartBlend Natural Adult Chicken & Rice Dry Dog Food

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Purina ONE SmartBlend Natural Adult Chicken & Rice Dry Dog Food
  • 40 lb. Bag – Purina ONE SmartBlend Natural Chicken and Rice Formula Adult Dry Dog Food
  • Real chicken is the ingredient
  • Dual-defense antioxidant blend to help support a strong immune system
  • Natural sources of glucosamine help to support healthy joints
  • Protein-rich, tender, meaty morsels and crunchy kibble for a taste dogs love

Specification: Purina ONE SmartBlend Natural Adult Chicken & Rice Dry Dog Food

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Product Dimensions

6 x 19.5 x 33.5 inches, 40.4 Pounds

Item model number


Date First Available

July 3, 2017


Nestlé Purina PetCare Company

8 reviews for Purina ONE SmartBlend Natural Adult Chicken & Rice Dry Dog Food

2.3 out of 5
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  1. Avatar of EvM


    This product came via AmazonPrime and appeared to be shipped in appropriate packaging and within the estimated shipping time promised. HOWEVER, upon further inspection, the Purina bag had been sealed with packaging tape (noticeable perforations and strip in the photo included), and the entire original seal on the dog food bag was no longer present (i.e. no glue, no string, etc… No remnants of the original packaging seal.). Also, there is an obvious small hole/ break in the bag (also pictured in the image). Throwing this out. Completely unacceptable and very bad quality control here.

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    Barbara Hopkins

    This was the brand of food that the Humane Society where we rescued our dog from recommended. I have it on monthly order and she seems to like it. The only issue is the ratio of Chicken to Rice changes dramatically from batch to batch. Some bags are plentiful with chicken, which my dog likes the best. But the last couple of bags had scarce amounts of the chicken. Perhaps some quality control at Purina is in order.

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    I’m very picky about what I give my dogs, but since I have six I cannot afford a non commercial dog food. This is a great commercial dog food for a reasonable price…. the first ingredient being chicken meal or lamb meal- no it’s not pure meat, but it’s a whole lot better than ground up corn or any other grain. My older dogs having gone in for full blood panels and having eaten this food their entire lives always came out super super healthy for liver function, kidney function, all that kind of thing, so I can only assume that this is a good product.

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    Amazon Customer

    We have been using Purina One Smartblend for over 7 years without issue. Our dog loves the food. Only recently did we begin using the Amazon subscription service. There were no issues with the first couple deliveries, but this last one was different. The dog food has little white specs in it. Initially, we thought it was an additive not completely mixed in or something new to the formula, but a month into using it and half way through the bag, we have found bugs and insect larvae crawling around inside the food bin. We do not have the original packaging to provide a lot number. I don’t know if this is something that happened because of an Amazon storage issue or a production problem with Purina. My faith in the product is strong. I immediately purchased another bag of Purina One to replace this one, but it was from Walmart, not Amazon. I have cancelled my subscription because of this. The couple dollars I saved using Amazon will be more than offset my veterinarian bills.

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    Robert Rootes Author

    We previously fed our dogs a much more expensive grain-free dog food, but in light of recent research which has linked high doses of peas and other legumes with heart disease in dogs (specifically, Dilated Cardiomyopathy), we checked the labels on our “high end” dog food and found peas and potatoes were some of the first ingredients. We spent quite a while studying the ingredients in many, many other dog foods and found that most of them either had high volumes of either peas or potatoes. Some had huge amounts of corn as filler and still others contained the generic ingredient “bone meal” with no mention of the bone meal’s source (ie: chicken, beef, etc). This, we learned to our horror, can mean the food is made with rendered domestic pets, diseased animals, etc. It was not easy to find a food that wasn’t loaded with corn and/or legumes or wasn’t made with that generic, non specific “bone meal”. We found two dog foods that met our criteria: Purina One Smartblend Natural Formula and Dick Van Patten’s Natural Balance Limited Ingredient Diet Lamb Meal and Brown Rice. We routinely feed our dogs one or the other of these two foods and sometimes mix them for variety. Since we’ve switched, our dogs still have the same energy level, still have shiny healthy coats, are still maintaining a healthy weight and they really like both of these varieties of foods. It seems to be a win-win. We feel more comfortable with this food choice for our dogs and our dogs are very happy with the taste.

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    Jenn Nichols

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     I have been buy this for my dog for almost a year now. Something seems off with my dog a week or two after I opened my last bag. I keep her food in a sealed container in a pantry and don’t really look when I fill her bowl as it is generally dark and at night. So, when I started seeing little white worms on the wall near her food dish and she was vomiting I investigated further to see what they were.
    They are the larvae of the Indianmeal moth or pantry moth. As soon as I discovered this I immediately checked her food in the container and the bag and discovered a disgusting amount of various stages of this moth/worm. Immediately, I took the container and bag of food outside and threw it away.
    I contact Purina on Facebook and sent the pictures I had taken along with the video from inside the bag showing all the worms and moths (with some close up).
    They did respond quickly, stating how everything is clean and checked and they take the utmost precautions to avoid these issues but would send me coupons to replace what was lost. That’s all good, except they don’t cover the entire cost of a 31 lb bag at a grocer and Amazon doesn’t take coupons. Also, there is the fact that my house was infested. I had to throw away countless boxes of cereal and found numerous larvae once I googled the lifespan and realized how bad it truly is and that just discarding the dog food wasn’t enough. Not sure if this is a Purina issue or where Amazon is storing the food. Just heads up…

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    Two Cowboys

    Moths and worms in the bag. Not an isolated event. In fact, I purchased the bag several times to make sure I wasn’t wrong about the source of the infestation. It’s incredible that a company of this size can’t figure out what it takes to rid their manufacturing and storage facilities of these pests, which WILL end up in your home.

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    Denise Williams

    I’ve been feeding this to my lab mix, for a very long time. I think there was something wrong with this last bag, every time she eats it, she throws it up before it’s even digested. I started feeding her a different brand & the vomiting has stopped. Just thought you should know.

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