Other mistake: The puppies constantly change age/size between scenes. Notably near the beginning, in the basement they are old enough to be walking around when the janitor is whistling to them, and a few minutes later in the Newton's basement they are nearly newborn. When the family go on holiday, when Ted is showing the puppies to the girl with braces, they have grown quite big to nearly adult size, and in the next scene where Mr. Newton is chopping firewood and they are cooped up, they are pretty young again.
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