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    Default Misfit the Blind Doberman

    Not sure if a Facebook page counts as a website but I found this after Misfit was featured in HuffPo recently.

    https://www.facebook.com/MisfittheBlindDog

    Here's the original article;

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/0...n_3418589.html

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    Default Great Doberman Sites

    So there are two great sites for Doberman that I found while researching

    http://www.gentledoberman.com/

    and the other one is

    http://www.hoytt.com/

    Hope the information on these sites proves to be fruitful....

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    Good info on that second site, but man that's some painful design!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zlemon View Post
    Good info on that second site, but man that's some painful design!
    The second site is fine, it's just like it is an old design of the internet

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    I love that HuffPo article about Misfit. Kudos to his mommas who are caring for him and allowing him to have a normal doggie life, running around chasing the cat and just being himself. A lot of people would have just had a blind puppy put down, so kudos to his breeders too!

    And what a great name for a dog, blind or not!

    Just took a look at Misfit's FB page as well - love the photos of him in the arms of one of his mommas, and wearing his I'm Blind harness. He looks like a chocolate dobie, like one of ours.

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    Facebook pages definitely count and I am so glad that you posted this one. It's truly inspirational when you see someone who is willing to give themselves selflessly to a dog with disabilities. It's rare, but it does happen. Thanks so much for sharing.

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