There are so many dog food options. Walk down the grocery aisle of any store and you will see so many different options you won't know where to begin. The problem, of course, is that most of the dog food you find in a grocery store is below average in quality and below average is certainly the final verdict on this dog food, Purina Little Bites. Purina Little Bites has a somewhat misleading name. It sounds like a food for puppies, but nowhere does it say this on the label. It oddly doesn't say it is for adult dogs either, but I will have to assume it is, based on the ads I see which never depict a small puppy. The kibbles in this dog food are small, and the small size makes it good for very small breeds of adult dogs. Dogs also seem to like the taste very much and they chomp down a bowl of food like there is no tomorrow. Ok, so dogs like the taste, so what exactly makes Purina Little Bites so undesireable? The reason will be clear once you read the label. Taking a look at the ingredients reveals that the most common components of this dog food are corn, bone meal, corn gluten meal, and soy meal. These are hardly the ingredients I want to see as the most common ones in any dog food I purchase for my beloved pet. There is some chicken, but it ranks far down the ingredient list. There are also a few artificial colors to make the food look more appealing and fun to adults, but to the detriment of a dog's good health. Based on taste alone, Purina Little Bites seem like a good dog food, but when you consider what they use to make this stuff, I cannot possibly give it a recommendation. It is very cheap and easy to find, but the low quality ingredients make this a dog food to avoid except in desperation, once in a great while circumstances. Quality of Ingredients Poor quality of ingredients in this dog food, so use it only sparingly Flavor Selection Dogs like the taste, but that is about the only redeemable quality of this product.