- Disambiguation: You may be looking for Peg Pete.
She briefly appears at the beginning when Tramp rescues her and Bull, a bulldog, from the dogcatcher. Peg later appears in the movie after Lady is captured by the dogcatcher and taken to the pound. When the other dogs start to pick on Lady, Peg, who has been captured yet again by the dogcatcher despite Tramp's rescue, steps in and tells them to stop. She easily comforts Lady, especially when one dog makes a comment about her license.
Peg makes a cameo in One Hundred and One Dalmatians. She is seen in the pet shop during the Twilight Bark scene.
Peg also makes another cameo in Oliver & Company. During the song "Why Should I Worry", Peg is seen on the streets along with Jock and Trusty listening to Dodger sing. She also has an owner in the movie, implying that she was eventually adopted.
- It is unknown what happened to Peg and her friends at the end of the movie.
- Peg's breed is a Pekingese according to information given in VHS versions.
- Peg is one of Tramp's love interests in the film.
- Her character animator was Eric Larson.
Characters: Lady | Tramp | Jock | Trusty | Aunt Sarah | Si and Am | Jim Dear | Darling | Jim Jr. | Tony | Joe | Policeman | Professor | The Dogcatcher | Stray Dogs | Al the Alligator | Hyena | Mr. Busy | The Rat | Peg | Bull | Toughy | Boris | Pedro | Dachsie | Scamp | Angel | Annette, Danielle and Collette | Buster | Reggie | Francois | Sparky | Mooch | Ruby | Scratchy
Songs: Bella Notte | Jock's Song | What is a Baby? | La La Lu | The Siamese Cat Song | He's a Tramp | Welcome Home | World Without Fences | Junkyard Society Rag | I Didn't Know That I Could Feel This Way | Always There