Dogs Life WordPress Theme

by Mark James on April 30, 2012

Here at Dream Dogs we love dogs so much that we wanted to help other people set up their own doggie related websites. With this in mind we asked our talented designer to create a custom dog related WordPress Theme, which dog lovers can use on their own WordPress blogs to make their sites doggified (we’ve checked, and that is a word).

This WordPress Theme, named ‘Dogs Life’, is free to download and use on your WP websites, and even comes with some pretty cool features AND it works on the latest handheld devices, such as the iPhone and iPad using media selectors.

•    Simple and easy to extend
•    Responsive design
•    Basic column grid included
•    Animated back to top button
•    Custom comment template

Simply download the zip file here, extract the file and place it in your wp-themes folder in WordPress. You can then activate the theme and have your own dog-related website.

Dogs Life

If you use this theme, let us know in the comments below so we can have a look. Also let us know if you have any problems using the theme, or have any questions or ideas for improving it.

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