However, the healthiest of them have apparently been deemed good to go for adoption! They are listed on the Broome County Humane Society web page. When you click "Adoptions", you'll see "All Available Animals", including, when you scroll down, some of the Dobermans. They only have 8 listed as of the moment I'm writing this, and only 3 have pictures, but the sooner these dogs can get into experienced Doberman homes, the sooner they can get on with happy lives, cared for by people who love them. And will, one would think, do things like feed them.
I would be happier with their listings if they had more information about the actual dogs, but my understanding is that the Humane Society is more or less at capacity, and they do what they can. It would be good to know if any sort of temperament testing has been tried, however. The only concrete info they've listed is ages of the dogs, and that they are spayed or neutered. There has been a bit of contention because the Broome County Humane Society did not release these dogs to Doberman rescue, but it's my understanding that they did have some level of communication with the Doberman Assistance Network and the Doberman Pinscher Club of America. I do hope these things are true, and not rumor.