Beyond that, the animation, particularly the backgrounds, do not appear all that impressive. Even on Blu-ray, the details are not what one would expect from a theatrically released feature. The colors are bright and brilliant and there is nary a bit of dirt nor a scratch to be found (one would be shocked if there were), but characters are not as detailed as one would like either. More disconcerting than any of that, however, are the bits of computer generated animation (most of the film is hand-drawn) – they are terribly jarring when seen alongside the regular animation. The 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio track is of the same quality. Everything is appropriately leveled and the surrounds are certainly used for music and the occasional effect, but it isn't the sort of full, lush sound design that a theatrical release would offer up.
The bonus features on this new release include a commentary track, a puppy trivia track, sing along songs (the notion of wanting to sing any of these songs is incredible), a making of piece, and three Pluto shorts. The making of featurette is actually relatively interesting, but it doesn't get at the as many details as one would hope (nor does it address any of the issues one has with the final product). There is also a DVD version of the movie.
Above, I have criticized the film for it's simplicity, it's not presenting a theatrical-quality film on many levels. It is true that this was not intended to be a theatrical film, but Lady and the Tramp II was made to stand side-by-side with a great theatrical release. It therefore must work well alongside said release and it most certainly does not. It is a disappointing feature across the board, and one of Disney's direct-to-video sequels which is better left forgotten.