Princess is voiced by April Winchell in this episode instead of Cree Summer.
If you look carefully, two of the dogs in the pound are Mooch and Colonel.
Cadpig: You know, Lieutenant, instead of taking us on your usual machismo tour, how about we cadets do something more enlightening? Like explore our feminine side?
Pug: Feminine side my grandma! I don't have a feminine side!
Cadpig: Sure, you do. It's in there somewhere. That calm, nurturing, patient side in all of us. (A truck runs by covering Cadpig in mud.) Hold that thought. (she chases after the truck) You mud-slinging bag of slime!
Pug: Wow, she's good. Maybe we should get in touch with our feminine sides.
Lucky: Lieutenant! Push the cage release button!
Pug: I don't take orders from you!
Lucky: But that was part of your plan. Plan C. Remember?
Pug: Of course I remember. C for..."Cage Release".
Bonbon: Mind if I make a suggestion? Shut up! And keep off the top bunk! It's mine.
Cadpig: Works for me. Actually, I prefer the bottom bunk.
Bonbon: In that case, the bottom bunk's mine.
Cadpig: Whatever tugs your leash. There's probably a better view from the top bunk anyway.
Bonbon: They're both mine!
Cadpig: So watcha in for? Control issues?
Jasper: Time for phase two.
Horace: Now, is that the second thing?
Jasper: This is hard for you, isn't it?
Horace: A little.
Jasper: On to phase one.
Horace: Is that the first one?
Cadpig: See, Bonbon? I knew you had a soft gooey center. It's a little gooier than I expected, but go ahead and let it all ooze out.
Roger: How do I know you're not making the same old empty promises?
Cruella: Oh, don't be ridiculous! These are brand new empty promises!
Lucky: Shouldn't stars deserve more than second-hand scenery?
Cadpig: I could become a spokesperson for world peace, or a major soft drink; they pay better.
Rolly: Yeah, and I could get a kibble endorsement deal with unlimited free samples! Oh, yeah.
Spot: And I could get a sandwich named after me! Just think: 'Chicken Sandwich'!
Spot: I can have a sandwich named after me! Just think, chicken sandwich!
Cadpig: Hello, my name is Cadpig, and you are?
Bonbon: Sick of you already.
Spot: If this is the high price of fame, it's too high!
Cadpig: What you need to do is to put on a happy face! Smile, and the world smiles with you!
Cruella's banner calls the pups 'Ucky, Roy, a Pig and Spit'.
In 'Shake, Rattle, and Woof', Spot reminds the main pups what Cruella tried to do in the animated movie hoping that would discourage them from trusting her.
Spot is nowhere to be seen in "Cadpig Behind Bars".
The song that Lucky, Rolly, Cadpig and Spot are singing in the beginning of "Shake, Rattle and Woof" is the 1867 waltz entitled The Blue Danube.
The rabid dog wearing a straight jacket and a mouth guard is a reference to Hannibal Lecter, the flesh-eating cannibal in the movies 'Manhunter' and 'Silence of the Lambs'.
Horace: Last year, three cats recorded an entire album of Christmas carols.
This is most likely referring to Jingle Cats.
The episode title 'Shake, Rattle, and Woof' is a play on the 1950's rock song entitled Shake, Rattle, and Roll.
In the episode "Shake, Rattle and Woof", Lucky is dressed up as Elvis Presley, a famous rock n' roller of the 50's and 60's.