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Baltimore County Police find dog, shelter names him ‘Whoop’

Baltimore County Police find dog, shelter names him ‘Whoop’
Whoop, a young dog who was found in a travel crate outside a car wash in the White Marsh area. (Courtesy Photo/Baltimore County Police Department)

A Baltimore County Police Department officer responded to a call for an abandoned dog late Tuesday night, and shelter officials have since named the dog Whoop, police said Thursday.

The dog was found in a travel crate outside a car wash in the White Marsh area, police spokeswoman Natalie Litofsky said. The dog, who officers thought might only be a few months old, was taken to the White March Precinct where he was given food, water and “plenty of play time,” Litofsky said.

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Police said Whoop appeared in good health and with no injuries. He was taken to Baltimore County Animal Services early Wednesday morning.

The animal shelter has a 72-hour holding period for lost and stray animals who come to the shelter before they’re put up for adoption.

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