Here’s the simple step-by-step guide you’ll need to turn a mundane dog story into something truly extraordinary.

Step 1: Choose a Dog for the StoryStep 2: Choose the Dog’s TypeStep 3: Identify the Dog in the StoryThe basic rule of writing a dog story is to choose a dog to be the central character in the story.

For example, if you’re going to write about a guy who lives in a mansion, you need a dog who lives there.

But you can also choose a different kind of dog: a wolf, for example.

Step 3 takes you through the different types of dogs you could choose from.

Step 4: Set the PlotStep 4.1: Set Up the Dog and the StoryAs you can see in the first photo, this is a very simple dog story.

It begins with a man in a dog suit walking into a bar.

He goes inside, finds his wife and his two children and is reunited with his wife.

The dog comes to life and becomes a part of the story as the man tries to figure out what happened to his wife’s dog.

Step 5: Create the MoodThe next step is creating the mood of the scene.

In this case, the man’s wife is upset with him because he is a wolf.

The next scene begins with her trying to find a way to get rid of her dog and then a scene in which the dog is in the background.

The next steps are to create the sense of the moment and create tension.

In the case of this story, you want the dog to act like it is the only one in the bar and not the main attraction.

Step 6: Make the Scene Look NaturalStep 6.1, 6.2, 6:1.

This step is a bit trickier.

You’ll need a couple of things to help create a believable dog scene.

You want the man in the dog suit to be walking around the bar looking for a beer and looking at the women who are all around him.

This is the first time he is seen in the scene, so you’ll want to be able to see him in the light.

The first time you see him, he’s dressed like he’s in a costume and he looks like he is very happy.

The second time you watch him, it looks like the bar is empty.

Step 7: Create a Natural MoodStep 7.1.

Here’s how you’ll create the first scene of the dog story, and then create a realistic, natural scene with the women in the next scene.

Step 8: Use the “Tension” EffectTo get the women to feel the tension in the previous scene, the men will be looking at each other in a way that makes them feel like they are at a real party.

That’s a good way to start, because it creates an almost unnatural feel in the mood you’re building.

You can also use a “tension effect” to create suspense in your story.

You create tension by making the men’s eyes look fixed.

You put a lot of tension in there, so it’s hard to relax, but it makes the men feel as though they’re in a serious situation.

Step 9: Repeat Steps 4 and 5 until you’ve created the mood for the sceneStep 10: Add a Bite to the SceneStep 10.1 and 10.2: The next step involves adding a bite to the scene that will bring the women’s tension to a head.

In fact, this step will take you through more than one scene.

The woman and her dogs walk into the bar, and the man is in his costume and has his head in the middle of the table.

You could create this by using the dog’s ears, or the man will look at the woman, and her dog will look to him, or she will look up at the dog and say, “That’s a big dog!”

This next step creates the tension of the woman and the dog.

In each of the scenes, you will have a moment when the dog looks at the man, and in each of those moments, the dog will bite the man.

Step 11, on the other hand, creates the suspense of the next moment when he looks at his wife in the mirror and says, “I thought she was crazy!”

You can create the suspense by having the woman say to her dog, “Well, you’ve been acting crazy since we met.”

Step 12 adds the suspense when the woman looks at her dogs, then says, “…and she doesn’t even look happy.”

Step 13: Add more SoundsStep 13.1 through 13.3: When you are ready to finish, you’ll add the last two steps to your story to make sure you have the story in the right mood.

Step 14: Finish the Story Step 14.1 takes you to the end of the bar.

Now that you have a story in hand, it’s time to move on to the next step.