I love this book! It has PERFECTLY CORRECT information, and has over 3,000 breeds! From this book I figured out that my dog-what I thought was a plain mutt, then a 'miniature German shepherd dog', then a shepherd/Kelpie mix. Now I really know what my dog is: a Plains-Indian dog. This book has lots of sections, including Sighthounds (ex. Large Portuguese Podengo), Scenthounds, (ex. Limer) Short-legged Scenthounds, (ex. Kibble Hound) Flushing dogs (Russian Spaniel), Earth dogs (Shropshire terrier), Treeing dogs (American Blue Gascon Hound), Setting dogs (Llanidloes setter), Pointing dogs (German broken-coated pointer), Decoy dogs (Tumbler), Retrieving dogs (English Water Spaniel), General hunting dogs (Medelan), Fighting dogs (Cordoba Dog), Livestock guards (Dalbo dog), Sheepherders (Marled Collie), cattle herders (Smithfield Collie), deer herders (Cockhill's Finnish lapphund), llama herders (Inca dog), fish herders Fugian dog), household companion dogs (White Collie), household working dogs (Water Drawer), edible dogs (Izcuintlipotzolti) , hair dogs (Naga dog), property guards (Lyme mastiff), barge dogs (Keeshond), rescue dogs (St. Bernard), sled dogs (Aurora Husky), travois dogs (Plains-Indian dog), cart dogs (Belgian mastiff), carriage dogs (Dalmatian), truffle dogs (Truffle dog), wolf/dog hybrids (American Tundra Shepherd), feral dogs (Mongrel), obscure dogs (Sheltie-poo), and wild dogs (Golden Jackal). I give this book a five!