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News Release from: Clackamas Co. Sheriff's Office

Posted: April 4, 2016, 12:45 p.m.

Sheriff's Office K9 Grimm visits 'Grimm' set; video available

K9 Grimm meets Bitsie and HenryThe Clackamas County Sheriff's Office has a new K9, Grimm -- and last week Grimm and his deputy had a chance to visit the set of NBC's "Grimm," shot and produced in Portland. Photos and videos from the set visit are available.

Grimm, a Dutch Shepherd (named by his trainer), joined the Sheriff's Office K9 team this winter, after returning from training with his handler Deputy Erik McGlothin. Grimm replaces Deputy McGlothin's former K9, Max, who was forced to medically retire last year.

Now in its fifth season, "Grimm" is a fantasy/drama series in which a Portland homicide detective Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli) battles monsters straight out of Grimm's Fairy Tales.

"The set was very cool and everyone was over-the-top friendly," said Deputy McGlothin. "I work Friday nights, so now I'm DVR-ing the show."

During the March 28 set visit, Deputy McGlothin and K9 Grimm were able to tour the show's sets and meet numerous members of the cast and production staff.

Cast members Bitsie Tulloch (Juliette/Eve) and Jacqueline Toboni (Trubel) also posed for photos and video with Grimm. Tulloch posted a photo from Grimm's visit to her Instagram and Twitter accounts. Additional photos of the meeting are linked above.

B-roll video of Grimm's visit with Tulloch and Toboni -- and K9 Grimm meeting Tulloch's French Bulldog Henry -- can be found here.


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Clackamas County Sheriff's Office

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