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The Sims 2: Pets

Released on 27 October 2006

Rating: 7+ (PEGI)

3.0 out of 5 (17 customer reviews) | Write a review

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From scampering pooches to cuddly kittens, now you can add a new furry friend to your Sims' lives. Choose from popular dog and cat breeds like Golden Retrievers, German Shepherds, Persians, and Siamese or customize their appearance and personality to create a unique pet for your Sim to raise as one of the family. Your Sims will enjoy teaching their pets tricks, taking them to the park, caring for them, and outfitting them with new accessories. But keep one thing in mind-Sims' pets have minds of their own, so be sure to expect the unexpected!

On Nintendo DS as the town vet of Whiskerton, nestled in the hills of Paw Valley, you'll have a chance to heal, train and care for a wide variety of local dogs and cats.

Customise your Sim - Select your Sim's gender, hair colour and clothing style.

Create-A-Pet - create a cuddly kitten or feisty fido for your Sim to love and care for as their very own.

    Pet Care - Like their human friends, Sim pets have needs! A healthy snack, a romp in the park, good grooming and a bath are all good ways to meet pet needs.

      Your Sim is the Town Vet - Even pets sometimes feel under the weather and it's your job to find out what is ailing them and set things right.

        Shop 'til you Drop - Creature comforts for your Sims (of either the two- or four-legged persuasion) .

          Unlock Rewards - As your Sim gets better at caring for pets, they can unlock special items. Make sure your Sim treats their patients well!

          customer Reviews

           Average rating (17 reviews)

           Not for Sims fans

          | | See all ouija1979's reviews (15)

          This game is OK. But thats just it. Its OK. Nothing good about it, nothing realy bad about it. Unfortunately it just seems like a shameless cash in on the sims. This game could have been potentially a great title but not only fails to acomplish that, Also leaves you with a "I just wasted my money" kind of feeling.

          Don't get me wrong you will enjoy it it first. But I give you 20 minutes before you are back to either Animal crossing or Nintendogs.

           bit of both

          | | See all claricey's reviews (33)

          This game is good when you first play it because you can buy furniture for your house and have a dog or cat of your own, howver once you have treated about 5 pets it seems to get very repetative.
          the cats or dogs can either have
          the flu
          worms
          fleas
          broken bone
          object lodged inside the,
          ugly
          or smelly.

          i dont recommend this as it is very boring after about an hour

          hope it helps

           Requires Motivation But Not Bad Once You Get Started

          | | See all MissMonkey's reviews (4)

          I thought this game was awful at first, i didn't like the camera work and the Sim's needs ran out way to quickly. But then my boyfriend started working his way round it and i watched and noticed it wasn't that hard. Now I've seen someone else play it and 'show me the ropes' its become easier and I play more often now :)

           Not so good

          | | See all randomlights's reviews (3)

          The game play is to repetitive, apart from curing the animals there is not alot to do. I wouldn't recommend it

           not what i thought

          | | See all Abilockett's reviews (1)

          i thought it was like the pc game but its not its all about being a vet makeing money so if your loking for a game about being a vet choose this on but if your looking for a game were you build a house and look after pet think again.

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          Rating7+ (PEGI)