Well, this isn't all the official shit, but has a lot of good, basic info on the program.
Grab a screen name over at Intense Muscle, and then go to the "Doggpound."
Also... the "Trying DoggCrapp Training" thread here in the Bodybuilding forum is golden. I wouldn't really ask many questions about the program over at IM, though, those guys are real snarky if you haven't done your research...
Well, to be fair to the guys over at IM there are stickies that pretty much answer all of the newbie questions, and there is a DVD that you can buy which also pretty much explains the program in detail (actually there are two, but one is for the 2 way split, and the other is for the 3 way split).
You can't really blame them for getting a little annoyed having to answer the same questions ad nauseam when someone could have found the answer with very little searching.
This is generality and your individual goals and strong/weak points would need to be taken into play but MOST women are not in rapid muscle mass accumulation mode like guys are. If you are going for say a figure model look more cardio would be done, probably the 3 way split, some different rep ranges, etc. I'd love to go into more specifics but it really depends on what you want out of it and what you need. It's not a static program... it evolves for the individual.
If you have the basic program concepts down feel free to email me and we can discuss this more, but if you are brand new to DC spend some time over at IM reading the principles and foundations before we go making your head spin.
Main issue I have seen in someone I know who did DC is joint injuries from lifting very heavy all the time. But it really depends on your body if it will work for you. You also need to lift with a partner some of the time because of the extreme intensity and need for spotters.
I was reading though Arnold's Encyclopedia on Modern Bodybuiding and it has a very small section for women. Arnold says he doesn't want to devote to much to females as the training for females should be exactly the same as for men except for maybe a few differences to suit their needs. He did write a small book on female training not sure if it was after or before. I flipped through it at the used book store. He was talking about things like chest exercises to keep the breasts firm and stuff like that. Seems like you are looking to do a lot more than that though.