Prissy is an Afghan Hound who resides in London in the 1961 film One Hundred and One Dalmatians. She looks very similar to her artist owner, having fur that is the same color as her clothes and ears that are the same length and color as her hair.
Role in the film
Prissy first appears at the beginning of the film, walking by Roger's window with her owner. Pongo spots her and concludes that she is "a very unusual breed" before dismissing her as not right for him. After Pongo and Roger go to the park, she is seen sitting on a stool under a bridge watching her owner paint. Prissy makes her final appearance during the "Twilight Bark" scene where she is seen in an attic, watching her owner paint once again and possibly modeling for her painting. After receiving the message about Pongo's stolen puppies from Jock, she runs to a window and begins to bark in order to send the message to other dogs, before her owner angrily pulls her inside and closes the window. However, she quickly runs to the other side of the attic, destroying her owner’s easel, sticks her head out of a ventilation shaft and resumes barking. She isn't seen or even heard of again for the rest of the film.