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Whether you call BIScuts fashions Dog Show Clothes, Clothing or Apparel, our pockets & skirt styles stand out in the ring that say "Pick Me" as your Best In Show !

What Makes BIScuts Clothing So Special?

All BIScuts skirts, dresses, and jumpers have:

 Added comfort and roominess. Back waistbands on skirts are made of 1 1/2" non-roll elastic; dresses have full elastic waistbands.

     Single-welt deep back pocket on the

     right-hand side for carrying a comb or



Snap-off towel loop on back left-hand side to inconspicuously carry a towel. (Jumper's is on back pocket.)




        Five liners are    included with each bait pocket.

BIScuts skirt example 

A handy loop on outside of the back pocket for carrying brush or other handled items.

Extra Packets available (if these get chewed up)

Two large front pockets. The right-hand front pocket is the exclusive BIScuts bait pocket with the removable plastic liner to hold your bait while protecting the fabric. Five liners are included with each bait pocketed garment .


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BIScuts   is a Federally Registered Trademark.  All in the 'industry' know that the BIS stands for Best In Show.  Thus the use of

this term in relation to dog show clothes for ladies or women's clothing or apparel for Dog  Show events may easily infringe upon

 this registration  and  violate Trademark law.

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