Look closely. While the main pups are in the barrel, pay attention to how Cadpig is shaped. When the camera closes in on her stomach, her body is shapen a little differently.
Anita bought noise-makers while she was shopping for the party supplies, but they weren't used at the party.
Before the pups go to the dock, Rolly's ears turn black.
Cadpig: Maybe we should look at the bright side: We're beginning down the road less traveled. The start of a brand new life. (Lucky and Rolly glare at her) Sorry. I was just trying to put a positive spin on doom.
Captain Ahab: Around the world and back ain't what it used to be.
Starbuck: My pants!
Cadpig: Lucky, I'm conflicted. I can't tell if I'm suffering from abandonment issues or seperation anxiety. (Her stomach makes weird noises.) ...or gas.
Spot: They're throwing us out on our furry little butts! Wait a minute... I'm a feather butt! Maybe this doesn't include me!
Lucky: They're giving us away!
Cadpig: Throwing us out like day-old pizza!
Rolly: Nobody would do that, would they? Do a pizza on me?
Cadpig: I don't handle rejection well! Although, I have revenge down pat.
Rolly: This is the worst clown I've ever seen!
Lucky: No kidding.
The Dearly's are celebrating having their puppies for 101 days. Dogs have seven birthdays a year, which means that dogs technically have a birthday every 52 days. This means that the puppies, in dog years, are approximately 2 years old.
More evidence that this show is set in the United States is seen where we see cars driving on the right hand side of the road.
Brazilian title: "Os 101 Dias dos Dálmatas" ("The 101 Days of the Dalmatians")
Cruella's Memo: Conserve intravenus lunches. Chewing is too time-consuming.
Cruella's Memo: Brilliant new idea for the fall lineup: Clownwear.
Capt. Ahab has a mast that looks exactly like Ariel of Disney's The Little Mermaid.
Spot's line about a 'Vulcan mind-meld' is a reference to Star Trek.
While spying on Anita, Horace hides in a pinata that looks like Barney the Dinosaur of Barney and Friends.
The title of this episode is a lyric from the 1968 Beatles song, "Birthday".