How to write an emoji for your dog

The Unicode Consortium is trying to make it easier for developers to create emoji for dogs.

Read more The Unicode community, which is comprised of companies that make and sell emoji products, said it will be releasing an emoji set for dogs, with one for each of the six primary breeds of dogs, starting in 2019.

They include pit bull, Labrador retriever, Great Dane, Belgian Malinois, German shepherd, German Shepard and Rottweiler.

“The goal of the Unicode Consortium’s Emoji Community Emoji for Dogs initiative is to promote the creation of a diverse emoji set based on the dogs of their respective breeds,” said Julie Rissel, the group’s emoji lead.

The goal, she said, is to ensure the emoji are compatible with each breed, so they’re all easy to read and understand.

The Emoji community, the Unicode team said, wants to create an emoji community for dogs that’s inclusive of breeds that don’t traditionally appear in emoji sets.

That includes both dogs with and without their owners.

“The goal is to provide a range of emoji that are meaningful and represent each breed of dog,” Rissels said.

The emoji set is expected to include many of the popular dog breeds.

For example, the Emoji Emoji Animal, a breed of German Shepherd, will be part of the emoji set.

Other dog emoji, such as the Dog Dog, are not expected to make the list.

But some of the dog emoji are already used in other types of media, including videos.

Emoji is not a native language for the Japanese language, so the use of emoji in video games has been on the rise, Rissells said.

For example, in video game trailers, developers have been using emoji in conjunction with the sounds of a dog.

In addition to emoji, there are also more than 100 dog emoji that the Unicode community is trying out.

These include dog tags, dog collars, dog toys, dog stickers and dog toys.

The group is working on more dog emoji.

They’re aiming for an emoji with “doglike” features, such like “dog on the leash,” which would mean that the dog has a leash on its back.

Emojis with “canine” and “caring” features would mean they’re concerned about a dog’s welfare, or are “happy and playful,” Rissell said.

These emoji will be the first emoji set the Unicode group is using.

“They’re all fairly new,” she said.

“We’re working on making it easier to write emoji for people who are writing for dogs and not just for other animals,” Rissell said.

“I think that’s a good thing.”

Rissel said the emoji community wants to make sure the emoji look like what the dogs would do, so that it’s easier for people to understand and use.