These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
YMMV: Lady and the Tramp
Alternate Character Interpretation: Aunt Sarah, especially to people who aren't dog lovers. It's possible she's just prejudiced against dogs and doesn't like them. It's also possible she didn't want to allow any animals near the baby, since she did leave her cats downstairs.
The alligator in the zoo. Trying to eat Lady or trying to help remove the muzzle - and simply not realising his mouth was too big.
Ethnic Scrappy: The infamous Siamese Cat duo. On top of being, of course, villains, their Ethnic Scrappy status manifests itself in their buck teeth and the annoyingly terrible grammar during their song.
Foe Yay: Buster's fixation on Tramp in the sequel, coupled with his hatred of Lady, absolutely smacks of this. Tramp flat out calls it jealousy.
Moral Event Horizon: Buster crosses it by leaving Scamp at the mercy of the dogcatcher. With no collar. To get back at his dad.
Sequelitis: Arguably averted; the sequel has some decent animation, catchy songs, and yes Chazz Palminteri. It was also helped by having a good deal of source material to draw from.note On the other hand, it does display the dubious choice of many of the Disney DTV sequels, namely introducing a major character as the best friend/close sibling/arch enemy of a major character in the original movie, who was apparently always there...it's just nobody ever bothered to mention they existed in any way.
In Scamp's Adventure, Buster (the big bad) tries to win the affections of a Pomeranian named Angel... and so does Scamp. Now, Scamp's obviously a puppy, as is Angel, but Buster is an adult dog. And even if she were older, as a pomeranian, she won't be getting very big...
As the entry on the "Honorable Marriage Proposal" page mentioned, it's possible the scene where Lady is being chased by the dogs is caused by her being in heat, as later on she spends a night alone with Tramp, and Jock and Trusty discuss marrying her to preserve her honour.
In a case of Artistic License - Animal Care: Anybody who knows anything about taking care of pets will definitely have a problem with the way Lady is treated when Darling is pregnant. You are responsible for her even if you're pregnant. She still has needs that need to be met. Even though she can't exactly play fetch and chase a dog around while carrying a baby inside of her, Darling seems to be too thick to realize that when Lady brings her the ball, all she has to do is take it, throw it, and not move at all.
To modern audiences, the way shelters and dog catchers are portrayed isn't exactly great.
In the sequel: Buster, an adult dog, trying to woo a puppy. She might be of breeding age but she's still young.
Villain Has a Point: Aunt Sarah putting a muzzle on Lady. It's generally not a good idea to allow dogs near newborn children and Aunt Sarah believed Lady was violent and destructive. She was doing what she thought was best for the safety of her nephew.