Where to watch Lady and the Tramp online

Learn how to stream Lady and the Tramp on the internet.


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What’s the film about?

A cocker spaniel named Lady leads a perfect and pampered life until her owners have a baby. Feeling neglected, matters only get worse when Aunt Sarah and her two mischievous Siamese cats come over to babysit.

Lady ends up being thrown out by Aunt Sarah, who dislikes dogs. She turns to some friends and meets a tough stray mutt named Tramp. A romance blossoms between the two dogs but their differences threaten to keep them apart. Matters only get worse back at Lady’s house.

Can’t I just download Lady and the Tramp illegally for free?

You shouldn’t! Here are a few things to remember:

  • It’s poor quality. Streaming takes ages to load and may cut out halfway through! It’s also usually in very bad quality.
  • It risks your computer. It’s risky as many illegal streaming sites carry viruses and can spam your computer with ads.
  • It’s illegal. Disney works hard to bring great entertainment to fans. Pay your bit, sit back and enjoy.

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Is Lady and the Tramp on Netflix or other streaming sites?

Lady and the Tramp is not available on Amazon Prime or Netflix unfortunately, but you can add Disney+ to NOW TV and Sky Q.

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