Who needs fancy anti-theft alarms when you can have these 4 dogs as security for your sims' junkyards! Or homes whichever you'd like...Included in this set is a not so common 'bully' styled American Bulldog, an all new redesigned Boxer, another Pit Bull (If you want you can all it an Amstaff in your game if you so choose to) and a Rottweiler.
*I just want to make a quick point about this new Boxer. I have changed a few things, most noticeably, the ears and the body. The body is much slimmer and more proportionate, and the ears are not so 'batty' like anymore. Also the nose is more square and pronounced...New Boxer/Old Boxer Comparison:
*This picture only shows the difference in the ears*
Because the slimmer more commonly known version of the American Bulldog proved to be extremely difficult to make look good in TS2, I chose to make the American Bulldog in the 'bully' style, basically meaning it's face is fatter and it looks more like a giant English Bulldog than an actual American Bulldog. I hope you have as much fun with these as I did making them and I wish you all much happy simming
for the images of the real life dogs.
Because MTS2 no longer accepts Sims 2 Pack files I have uploaded every one of my creations by first converting them to a .zip file. To 'extract' the files you WILL NEED Winrar, also please note that you WILL ALSO NEED the Sims2Pack Clean Installer
to use these. I have packaged these while I had Mansion & Garden Stuff, Kitchen and Bath Interior Design Stuff, Glamour Life Stuff, and Sims 2 Deluxe installed. For those of you who DO NOT own these Sp's/EP's, you WILL be required to use the Clean Installer. If you DO NOT have those SP's/EP's PLEASE follow these intructions:
- Download and install the Sims2Pack Clean Installer
- Download and install WinRAR
- Extract the Sims 2 Pack file from the .zip package
- Right click on the Sims 2 Pack file and 'open with Sims2Pack Clean Installer
Please note that if you simply double click on the Sims 2 Pack file, the item you are trying to install WILL NOT be compatible, which is why you HAVE TO right click and and use the 'open with...' command *
(Since I have been having issues with my Sims 2 game I have recently uninstalled ALL SP's and have been able to successfully install EVERY one of my pets this way. There should be no reason that it won't work for you.)