This is a very short book, listing suggestions for names for your oriental dog. In essence, it is a very short and highly specialised English-Chinese dictionary. It gives a brief overview of Chinese dogs, and of the Chinese language, including a great mnemonic for the four tones (level, rising, low, falling):
The dictionary itself is also interesting, particularly in the names that capture relationships. For example, the English word "brother-in-law" (though why you would want to call a dog "brother-in-law" is not explained) is given ten different translations, on whether it refers to ones husband's brother, wife's brother, sister's husband, wife's sister's husband, or husband's sister's husband, and whether said sister or brother is younger or older than oneself!