The Bachelorettes from One Hundred and One Dalmatians are female dogs walking with their female owners in the streets of London. In a humorous way, the dogs had similar aspects to their owners. They're particulary observed by Pongo, who, at that point in the movie, is searching for ideal mates for himself and his owner, Roger Radcliffe, eventually noticing Perdita (who Pongo calls "the most beautiful creature on four legs") and her owner, Anita.
Prissy is a female Afghan Hound and the first noticed by Pongo. Her owner is dressed like a beatnik artist. However, Pongo decides against them, feeling they're "too unusual." Later, Prissy was included along with the other dogs during the Twilight Bark, which was when he name was revealed.
This female pug dog is the second dog noticed by Pongo. Her owner was a short and portly woman, and Pongo decided against them, feeling they're "too short-coupled." The pug and her owner were seen at the park when Pongo was searching for Perdita and Anita, and the pug was shown to be rather aggressive and territorial, as it barked at Pongo when she saw him.
Coco is a female poodle walking with her owner, presumably some wealthy socialite. While Pongo noted that they definitely seemed very fancy, Pongo decided against them, feeling they were "too fancy." Coco and her owner were seen during the Twilight Bark-scene, when Coco got on top of her own's black car (being driven by a chauffeur) and started barking, during which Coco's owner scolded her to be quiet.
This female Pekingese dog was the fourth noticed by Pongo, seen riding in the basket of her owner's bicycle. However, Pongo dismissed them for being "too old" for himself and Roger.
The female puppy (a yellow lab) and her owner were the last female dog-human pair before Pongo finally saw Perdita and Anita. Pongo dismissed them for obviously being too young for himself and Roger.
- Prissy and Coco are the only bachelorette-dogs to be named as well as the only ones to be seen in the Twilight Bark-scene of the movie.
- Some fans have noted that Prissy and her owner (despite being deemed as "too unusual" by Pongo) weren't really all that bad-looking and Prissy's owner probably wouldn't have been that bad of a match for Roger, especially considering they're both artist-types (Roger being a musician and Prissy's owner being a painter).