- Scamp and Tramp's argument. A rather realistic insight on how a parent and a child with different views can turn into a heated debate.
- Angel revealing to Scamp that she has been in five families. What makes this depressing is because of how numb her voice is.
- Angel's serial abandonment is even worse when you consider that she and Scamp are presented as, if not quite the same age, at least in the same age bracket. She can't be older than a yearling. That's a whole lot of people who wanted a cute puppy but weren't prepared for the reality of an intelligent, energetic young dog.
- Lady's terrified expression on seeing and thinking that her son had drowned. Thankfully, it turned out to be just a wig. But her expression and line "Oh, please" was just excruciating.
- The look on Angel's face when Scamp looks for her after she left the Junkyard Dogs upon Scamp spilling her secret to Buster. The poor girl's on the verge of tears.
- Scamp betrayed by Buster and the pup is all alone in the Dogcatcher's wagon.Scamp: Aw, man! Slick move! Me without a collar? How could I have been so stupid?! Dad was right. Buster's nothing but trouble. I wish I was home.
Tear Jerker / Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure