PG-13 | | Comedy
All the scenes featuring numerous dogs went remarkably smoothly. There is only one unscripted bark in the film, heard in the background as Christy and Sherri Ann argue over Christy's makeup backstage.
We're gonna be in Philadelphia for 48 hours, how many tea services can you do?
In the opening scene, Meg mentions learning a new sexual position in the "Kama Sutra" called "The Congress of the Cow" and describes it as a position where she is on all fours. "The Congress of the Cow" involves both partners being on their sides in a yin yang position.
The filmmakers wish to thank the dog owners, handlers, veterinarians and experts who shared with us their enthusiasm and unselfishly dedicated their time and energy to this film.
$413,436 (USA) (29 September 2000)
$18,621,249 (USA) (27 April 2001)
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