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The Sims 2: Pets Screenshots and Images - DS

Game Description:Your Sim is about to start a whole new career: pet care! Set up shop in your own custom-built pet-care clinic then heal, groom, and train all the neighborhood pets as the town veterinarian. You can choose from dog and cat breeds including Spaniels, Tabbies, Siamese, and Beagles, or create a custom breed of your own. Provide good care for pets and you'll unlock special items. But don't forget, these pets have minds of their own, so you never know what could happen. With classic open-ended Sims play, you're in complete control of the story. Link up with DS-wielding friends to swap items, including your favorite pets.
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