Answering based on this comment:
My proposal might be unclear; I was intending one Q/A for each breed, e.g. "Is my cat a Bengal?", "Is my cat a Savannah?", etc. For each answer, i was planning to reference the relevant TICA breed standard, which is international. I could write one if an example would help, but I didn't want to spend the effort if it would just be deleted.
This seems like a bad idea. There are a multitude of breeds, not just for dogs, but for cats, rabbits and so forth. Not to speak of the plethora of morphs snakes and other reptiles might have. Due to combinatorics, you could fill an entire stack just with questions describing each and every combination there is.
For each answer, i was planning to reference the relevant TICA breed standard, which is international.
This in particular screams to me that one generic question, like James commented on, might actually suffice. If for each and every breed the answer would point to one and the same resource, why not make it one singular question? "How can I identify my dog's breed and what resources can be used?" is an entirely different question in my opinion than "Here's a picture of my dog, what breed is it?"