Lady and the Tramp now on Digital and coming on Blu-ray (+ Giveaway)

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I was sent this title for the purpose of this review!

On of my favorite childhood classics from Disney is now available on Digital (as of today, Feb. 20th!) and will soon be released on Blu-Ray, Feb. 27th. “Lady and the Tramp,” joins the highly celebrated Walt Disney Signature Collection. You can enjoy it with three versions of the film, classic bonus material and three all-new features!

I loved this movie so much growing up because our family pet, Precious, was a cocker spaniel! In Lady and the Tramp, Lady (a very pampered cocker spaniel) meets Tramp. They fall in love and accidentally kiss while sharing a bowl of spaghetti.

“Lady and the Tramp” is the sixth title to join the Walt Disney Signature Collection, which includes groundbreaking films created or inspired by the imagination and legacy of Walt Disney, featuring timeless stories and characters that have touched generations. The film takes its place alongside “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “Pinocchio,” “Bambi” and “The Lion King.”

This title comes with some awesome bonus features (like a sing-along version!), deleted scenes, and more!

GIVEAWAY

Want to win a digital copy? 3 winners! Simply leave a comment on this blog post telling me about one of your favorite childhood memories surrounding a family pet! Easy, right?  Giveaway ends on March 3rd at 5PM CST.

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  1. Love this movie! One of my favorite memories of a family pet actually starts out not so great. When I was in 5th or 6th grade we got 2 new kittens, an all black one and a calico one. One day they both just disappeared (we soon had a solid theory that they were stolen), and I was heartbroken! Years went by and I moved on, though we never got other cats/pets. THEN, when I went to get my senior pictures taken at a studio down the street, I saw a calico cat and the photographer told us she’d randomly showed up and he fed her. She loved biscuits, so that was her new name. That was 16 years ago, and my parents ended up taking her back in (as a neighborhood cat, but they fed her)! So it was cool to always get to see her, and for my nieces and nephews to still get to be around her. We’re pretty sure she passed away this past fall.

  2. missy ellis says:

    i had a dog named max i played with everyday, i dont think i have just one memory of my dog, theres lots of memorys

  3. My first pet was a black cat I named Jack – short for Jack-O-Lantern because he was a stray that came wandering by around Halloween time. I was so happy when we were allowed to keep him.

  4. We had a miniature poodle named Pepper who was the cutest, sweetest dog! He would watch TV just like a person.

  5. I had a miniature collie named Miss Priss. She was the sweetest dog…and then we got another miniature collie, his name was Jazz(he was already named when we got him). When they had puppies (3, but one didn’t make it) my parents let us keep the other 2. Such sweet and cute dogs!

  6. I had the cutest Lhasa Apso and someone was watching him when we went out of town and they lost him… I cried for weeks, I would go to the door several times a day and look out to see if he was coming home. One afternoon I went to the door and across the street a boy was walking with a dog! It was him! I was so excited! I took him in and gave him a bath and cried the entire time!

  7. We had two dogs growing up and they were so awesome! I used to sneak one in and feed him popsicles. ha!

  8. We love Lady and the Tramp. My favorite childhood memory was of my cat. It’s the craziest thing, but he was always nice to me and purred, sat on me, etc. However, he would hide on a banister at the top of our stairs and jump on my mom’s head at least once a week. He had some personality! 🙂

  9. Heather Lovell says:

    My favorite memory of a childhood pet was of my dog zoey she was a an amazing dog and so loveable. She loved broccoli, crazy thing to remember, but she did. One of the funniest things I ever saw her do was chase our cat around the yard, but when she caught him, she just rolled him over and waited for him to start running again so they could play. Crazy dog she was so amazing. I miss her so much.

  10. Angie Fuller says:

    My grand parents had a dog named Rags. Since we didnt have a dog, I LOVED playing with that dog. Memories of him lead me right back to memories of my grandma and grandpa. Words cant express how much I love and miss them!!

  11. Bernie Wallace says:

    My favorite childhood memory was when we brought home my childhood dog Tums home. There was such joy and excitement bringing home a brand new puppy. The dog suffered from motion sickness and was so happy to get out of the car when we arrived at the house. Thanks for the giveaway. I loved watching this movie as a child.

  12. Donna Teller says:

    I had several dogs growing up and I remember the one always slept in the weirdest positions and I always wondered how she could possibly be comfortable.

  13. Jeremy McLaughlin says:

    My first pet growing up was our Golden retrieve named Cosmo.

  14. We lived on a farm so we always had animals. I miss it so much!

  15. We lived on a farm when I was a child. Me and cricket went on long walks. She was so curious. There was a little lake that followed the road we walked on, that is where she got her drinks. She always barked at the cows (they were in a fence which she never crossed) She was all bark LOL. I really think she thought she was protecting me. I miss those times so much. I loved living there. I loved my Cricket. Every memory was a favorite with her.

  16. We lived out in the country and had various animals but I always wanted ducks. My grandpa bought me a pair of ducklings when I as in 4th grade and I was so happy! I named them Cookie and Snickerdoodle and they followed me everywhere. Best pets ever!

  17. Kathy Coats-Ables says:

    Lady and the Tramp is one of my favorites!

  18. I went away on a trip and came back home to my dog. He had hurt his paw earlier in the week and was totally fine but when he saw me come home, he immediately stopped running and put his paw in the air crying. He needed the attention

  19. Growing up my family rescued dogs and at one time we had 22 all together! I remember growing up that animals are living creatures and deserve love and respect just like humans. Now all the dogs/pets we have are rescues only.

  20. I never had a family pet but I had a lot of stuffed animals!

  21. I remember getting our puppy Cuddles on Christmas day. She was the cutest papillon dog with adorable ears.

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