They usually mention their dogs' health testing and titles I believe?
That's a tough one...
Unfortunately, not every ethical breeder is computer-savvy, or has a good eye for what makes an attractive and informative website.
1) There are ethical breeders who do not have and do not want websites.
2) There are ethical breeders who have websites that are unattractive, or difficult to navigate, or are not very informative, or any combination of the three.
3) There are ethical breeders who do
have informative websites, or attractive websites, or easy to navigate websites, or any combination of the three.
And all the above can apply to un
Websites are a good place to find out who is breeding Dobes and where they're located. However, I don't advise patronizing a particular breeder based mostly on the quality of their website. Much more due diligence needs to be done to assure oneself that one is supporting an ethical breeder dedicated to improving the breed.
JMO and thanks for reading it.