Her name is Gigi. I registered her to know her bloodlines, owners did give the papers. Idk if we can abort the puppies, my husband does not agree with his personal beliefs. He believes a life is a life. I just hate she is from such a horrible mess. Hung and Kimbertale=Oversized chaos! The others I couldn't rescue, I have two young children. They are with hispanics. we had to have a translators. [IMG]<a href="http://s1305.beta.photobucket.com/user/spidermama1/media/0201132027_zpsfd5e4e12.jpg.html" target="_blank"><img src="http://i1305.photobucket.com/albums/s544/spidermama1/0201132027_zpsfd5e4e12.jpg" border="0" alt=" photo 0201132027_zpsfd5e4e12.jpg"/></a>[/IMG]
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Try again, we'd really love to see GiGi.
I guess you and your husband will have to decide, but perhaps discuss with him how very many homeless Dobermans there are out there, suffering--many of them on death row, and how there truly aren't enough good adopters for them all.
Talk about how hard it is to properly raise and socialize a litter of puppies--and how that may not be fair to YOU--I'm assuming you will have it mostly on your shoulders, while still having all your other responsibilities with your kiddos and all.
If you give us a general location, we might be able to hook you up with a good Doberman rescue, who can discuss with you all the pros and cons of emergency spay, from their own experience. If you do ultimately decide to whelp the litter, hopefully they can guide you and help you screen homes for the pups.
You will likely want to make sure they all get spayed and neutered prior to being adopted--because otherwise you'll just be perpetuating that awful cycle--which you do seem to be familiar with, since you know Hungs and Kimbertal are bad news.
This will be very costly, of course, but it really must be done, in order to be responsible. Some of the ethical breeders on here can likely help you figure out all the other costs you will have, with the litter, as well as estimates of how many hours per day you will be adding to your busy schedule, for at least a couple months.
Thank you for getting her out of that pen--it would be great if we could work together to figure out some feasible way to get the other Dobermans away from there, too.