I've done that too you a couple of times here. It wasn't intentional, obviously, but I don't always learn the answer either. Today, though, I have a couple of partial answers!
The puppies who may or may not have had Parvo are still holding on. Bluebell is unfortunately still not well, but is trying to hold her own.
Violet is now in a foster home, with her brother Dodger. Looks like she's doing pretty well right?
She's still pitifully skinny, but good care will change that.
And Dodger is, clearly, a little troublemaker (ignore the date on the photograph [from the DAN Facebook), it's not correct obviously).
Our very own Death Row Doberman from Manhattan, Pancho, was in fact pulled from the shelter and is in/is on his way to a foster home in Pennsylvania. There was a Doberman Talk member who actually went to try and see him last Friday, and there was confusion about whether the Manhattan Care Center had the dog/where the dog was/whether he was okay with other dogs or not. What matters to me is that he's no longer in imminent danger, and that person may still be able to adopt him!
And finally, ending tomorrow on 11-24-12, there is an eBay auction to benefit the Doberman Assistance Network, who was instrumental in helping the puppies (though I've also heard that Special Needs Dobermans has stepped in for them with financial help, which is amazing).