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Pet Training Paper Issue III

Tuesday, October 17, 2006 - 23:00
<blockquote>The final issue of the Pet Training Paper has been released! <a href="http://thesims2.ea.com/about/ep4_trainer3.php">Read The Last Issue</a></blockquote> <!--break--> <hr /> <div style="background-color: #60AFCE; color: #000066; width: 680px; padding:10px;"> <h3 style="color: #FFFFFF;">The Sims 2 Pets Training Paper</h3> <p><img style="float: left;" src="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-about_3.jpg" alt="The Sims 2 Pets" /><strong>Issue III</strong><br /> Welcome back to The Sims 2 Pets Training Paper! The Sims are expecting... a whole litter of little furry friends will enter their world any day now! Here's one last look at what's coming soon for all of your animal-loving Sims.</p> <div class="clear"></div> <div style="float: left; width: 320px; padding: 10px;"> <p><img src="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-title_litter.jpg" alt="The Sims 2 Pets" /></p> <p>We've got The Sims 2 Pets on all of your favorite gaming devices. There's something for every gamer, so check out these highlights to see the unique adventures and mischievous fun that each variation offers.</p> <p style="font-color: #FFFFFF;">PC (In Stores Oct. 19th*)</p> <p><strong>Puppy (and Kitten) Love</strong><br /> Your Sims can breed their dogs and cats and get a litter of scampering puppies or feisty kittens. These pets will inherit their parents' genes so you might get a pup with the father's tail and the mother's coloring or a kitten who is the spitting image of its dad. These adorable offspring will also inherit personality traits from their parents, so if Mimi is a cowardly dog, her pups might be too-unless they take after their father, Brutus!</p> <p><strong>Working Like a Dog (or Cat!)</strong><br /> In the PC version, your Sims' pets can have careers. Is Lucky a gorgeous dog with a lot of personality? Launch her on a path to stardom by starting her on the Showbiz career path. Does Smudge always want to lend a helping paw? Set her up in a Service career. Is Z-nut really a tough, super-protective pooch? She's perfect for the Security career path.</p> <p><strong>Friends for Life</strong><br /> When your Sims adopt a pet, they gain a lifetime companion. Their animal pals will age along with them as they experience all of life's great moments. Their pets will be there to share those events-and may even create some of their own!</p> <p><a href="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-dogfetch.jpg" rel="lightbox"><img src="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-pettrainer_dogfetch.jpg" alt="The Sims 2 Pets" /></a></p> <p style="color: #FFFFFF;"><strong>PlayStation&reg;2,</strong> (In Stores Oct. 19th*)<br /> <strong>PlayStation Portable (PSP)</strong><br /> (In Stores Dec. 6th*)<br /> <strong>NINTENDO GAMECUBE&trade;</strong><br /> (In Stores Oct. 19th*)</p> <p><strong>A Walk in the Park</strong><br /> Create the perfect dog or cat, then have your Sims can take their pets for a stroll in the park. Meet other Sims and their pets, play a game of fetch, or just spend the day relaxing with the family dog or cat. Sims can also visit the town shops to buy fun toys and stylish accessories for their furry friends.</p> <p><strong>Classic Sims Gameplay</strong><br /> Create unique Sims with their own personalities. Build and decorate their homes with thousands of design options. Then control their lives. Will they lead a happy life blessed with success or suffer misery and disappointment at every turn? Their stories are in your hands!</p> <p><strong>Show off Your Pets</strong><br /> When you create a pet, you can give your friends a unique code so that they can use that same custom breed in their game**. With some creative tinkering, you can populate your friends' worlds with your own special dog and cat breeds!</p> <p style="font-style: italic;">**Pet codes can only be shared with users playing on the same console platform. Only available on Playstation&reg;2 and Nintendo GameCube&trade;.</p> <p style="color: #FFFFFF;"><strong>NDS</strong> (In Stores Nov. 2nd*)</p> <p><a class="float-right" href="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-ds.jpg" rel="lightbox"><img src="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-pettrainer_nds.jpg" alt="The Sims 2 Pets" /></a><strong>Run a Pet Clinic</strong><br /> Set your Sim up in the local Pet Clinic. As the town veterinarian, your Sim will diagnose their pet patients, treat them or refer them to specialists, and even bathe and groom them to keep them looking their best.</p> <div class="clear"></div> <p style="color: #FFFFFF;"><strong>GBA</strong> (In Stores Nov. 9th*)</p> <p><a href="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-gba.jpg" rel="lightbox"><img src="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-pettrainer_gba.jpg" alt="The Sims 2 Pets" /></a></p> <p><strong>A Career in Pet Care</strong><br /> Your Sim can work as a pet walker, trainer, veterinarian, and more. As your Sim's skills improve, they will gain more of a following with the town's pet owners, collect special items, and unlock new pets.</p> </div> <div style="float: left; width: 320px; padding: 10px;"> <p><img src="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-title_morebreeds.gif" alt="The Sims 2 Pets" /></p> <p>Here's one last preview of some of the breeds you and your Sims can play with, train, and love in The Sims 2 Pets. Customize pets personalities to shape how they might behave around your Sims. Remember, all pets are unpredictable so expect the unexpected! </p> <div style="clear:both;"><img src="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-dog_bullet.gif" alt="The Sims 2 Pets" /><strong>Brittany Cocker Spaniel</strong><div style="width: 180px; float: right;">A long-legged hunting dog that originated in France. Cockers are natural retrievers who make good family pets. They are usually gentle, loyal, and playful.</div></div> <div style="clear:both;"><img src="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-dog_bullet.gif" alt="The Sims 2 Pets" /><strong>Doberman</strong><div style="width: 180px; float: right;">This breed is usually very protective of their owners, making them an excellent choice as a guard dog.</div></div> <div style="clear:both;"><img src="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-dog_bullet.gif" alt="The Sims 2 Pets" /><strong>English Foxhound</strong><div style="width: 180px; float: right;">Developed by mixing Greyhounds, Bulldogs, and Fox Terriers, this dog was traditionally used in fox hunting.</div></div> <div style="clear:both;"><img src="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-dog_bullet.gif" alt="The Sims 2 Pets" /><strong>Greyhound</strong><div style="width: 180px; float: right;">The speedy Greyhound is one of the fastest dogs afoot, but it is not prone to high energy.</div></div> <div style="clear:both;"><img src="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-dog_bullet.gif" alt="The Sims 2 Pets" /><strong>Pointer</strong><div style="width: 180px; float: right;">A muscular, athletic breed, Pointers are one of the most popular hunting dogs.</div></div> <div style="clear:both;"><img src="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-dog_bullet.gif" alt="The Sims 2 Pets" /><strong>Puggle</strong><div style="width: 180px; float: right;">This new mix between Pugs and Beagles is one of the most popular "Designer Breeds" around.</div></div> <div style="clear:both;"><img src="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-dog_bullet.gif" alt="The Sims 2 Pets" /><strong>Samoyed</strong><div style="width: 180px; float: right;">Outfitted with a heavy coat of fur, this breed has been use to guard reindeer for generations.</div></div> <div style="clear:both;"><img src="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-dog_bullet.gif" alt="The Sims 2 Pets" /><strong>Bernese Mountain Dog</strong> (PS2 &amp; NGC Only)<div style="width: 180px; float: right;">One of four varieties of Swiss Mountain dogs, this is the only one with long, thick fur that serves it well in cold climates.</div></div> <div style="clear:both;"><img src="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-dog_bullet.gif" alt="The Sims 2 Pets" /><strong>Bichon Frise</strong> (PS2 &amp; NGC Only)<div style="width: 180px; float: right;">Admired for his soft fluffy white coat, this lap dog was bred for French royalty and also boasts a background as a circus performer.</div></div> <div style="clear:both;"><img src="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-dog_bullet.gif" alt="The Sims 2 Pets" /><strong>Irish Wolfhound</strong> (PC Only)<div style="width: 180px; float: right;">This sturdy, large dog is surprisingly capable of great speeds which it traditionally used in its work as a hunting dog.</div></div> <div style="clear:both;"><img src="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-dog_bullet.gif" alt="The Sims 2 Pets" /><strong>St Bernard</strong> (PC Only)<div style="width: 180px; float: right;">Another Swiss breed, this dog is renowned for rescuing travelers lost in the snow, but the familiar cask of brandy around its neck is more fiction than fact.</div></div> <p class="float-right"><a href="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-catjump.jpg" rel="lightbox"><img src="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-pettrainer_catjump.jpg" alt="The Sims 2 Pets" /></a></p> <div style="clear:both;"><img src="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-cat_bullet.gif" alt="The Sims 2 Pets" /><strong>Birman</strong><div style="width: 180px; float: right;">Originally from Burma, this cat served as the sacred companion of Kittah priests.</div></div> <div style="clear:both;"><img src="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-cat_bullet.gif" alt="The Sims 2 Pets" /><strong>Egyptian Mau</strong><div style="width: 180px; float: right;">This breed has the only naturally occurring spots of all domestic cats and also claims the title of the fastest.</div></div> <div style="clear:both;"><img src="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-cat_bullet.gif" alt="The Sims 2 Pets" /><strong>Oriental</strong><div style="width: 180px; float: right;">Lithe and lean, the Oriental is the graceful cat cousin of the Siamese breed.</div></div> <div style="clear:both;"><img src="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-cat_bullet.gif" alt="The Sims 2 Pets" /><strong>Persian Blue</strong><div style="width: 180px; float: right;">This silky-soft longhaired breed may not have originated only in Persia, but it is thought to have been one of the exotic commodities exported in camel caravans.</div></div> <div style="clear:both;"><img src="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-cat_bullet.gif" alt="The Sims 2 Pets" /><strong>Ragdoll Fold</strong><div style="width: 180px; float: right;">A fairly young breed, the Ragdoll was developed in California in the 1960s and is characterized by its Siamese color point markings and long fur</div></div> <div style="clear:both;"><img src="internal:sites/simsnetwork.com/files/news/2006/20061017-trainer-cat_bullet.gif" alt="The Sims 2 Pets" /><strong>Tonkinese Fold</strong><div style="width: 180px; float: right;">This cross between a Siamese and a Burmese is a sturdy, muscular cat with Siamese markings.</div></div> </div> <div class="clear"></div> <div class="center" style="font-size: 85%;">* These dates are for North America. Please check local retailers for international store dates.</div> </div>

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