October 14, 2018 at 12:05 pm we were asked by the Reddingshonden Groep Drenthe to assist in a search for a demented woman of 81 who had left Friday evening by bike from her house in Assen.

Since the woman was observed for the last time in Norg on Saturday afternoon, the search was started in consultation with the police. Given the size of the search area, the search was immediately scaled up to the northern SRO groups. A helicopter was also used.

Together with Rescue dogs Group Drenthe, RWO and RH Nu we have been able to search a large forest area. At the end of the afternoon the news came that Ms. in good health, but very tired, had been found by a passerby a few miles northeast of the search area.

In total, 10 dogs and 21 people were involved in the search from the SRO.

Oger Search Dogs participated with 2 dogs and 8 people in the search.

On the 6th of October 2018 we searched at the request of Rescue Team Friesland and the family for the missing Loes de Groot since 2 September 2018 in the surroundings of Enschede. This involved a few fragmented areas that had not yet been searched. Until now, the search has unfortunately not delivered anything.

Oger Search Dogs participated with 2 dogs and 4 people in the search.

On Thursday, 13 September, we received the request from Black Diamond Search and Rescue team (BD SAR) to assist in a search on 15 September for the missing Loes de Groot. Rescue Team Friesland was also involved. So far, the joint search has unfortunately had no result.
Oger Search Dogs participated with 2 dogs and 5 people in the search. We have searched both on water and on land.
With a new concrete designation, this search will certainly be followed up.


https://www.hartvannederland.nl/nieuws/2018/grote-zoekactie-naar-vermiste-loes-72-uit-enschede/

Thursday evening, August 30, around 9:00 PM, we were called by the Black Diamond Search & Rescue team (BD SAR) to assist in a search on August 31 to the missing Astrid Rousse. The woman has been missing since August 17. Dive teams and 2 sonar boats were present during the search. So far, the searches have unfortunately not delivered anything. The cooperation between colleagues from Rescue Team Friesland, Black Diamond SAR, DRD and Oger Search Dogs went well. Oger Search Dogs participated in the search with 1 dog and 8 people.

N.a.v. increased activity of a dog at a certain place in the water, there may be further sought after at a later time.

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Wednesday, August 8, around 13:00 o’clock, Oger Search Dogs was called by the Black Diamond Search and Rescue Team (BD SAR) to assist that evening in a search for the missing Nsimire Massembo (14) in the Zuiderpark in The Hague. The girl had already been missing for 12 days. Together with the divers from BD SAR and Oger Search Dogs, a large part of the park was searched both in and around the water. No concrete arrangements regarding Nsimire were found during the search.

Oger Search Dogs participated with 2 dogs and 5 people in the search. Unfortunately the girl is not back to her family until today.

The alarm phone went on Tuesday, July 24, around 1:00 PM. In connection with the possible upscaling of the search for an Italian girl, the question was how many search teams Oger Search Dogs could supply. The initiative for possible upscaling came from the RHWW that was already on site. They have approached the Cooperating Rescue Dog Organizations in the Netherlands.
Oger Search Dogs could promise 6 people and 4 dogs within just over an hour. In anticipation of further messages they have been stand-by for about 2 hours. All prepared leave arranged with their employers, etc. </ p>

In the end, the Italian authorities decided not to deploy additional search dog teams any more. This notification reached us via the RHGD of the RHWW. This meant that the scale-up was no longer an issue. Oger Search Dogs has shown to be able to realize a complete search team for a foreign deployment in a short time. Thanks to the RHWW and RHGD for communication. We wish the RHWW a safe and successful further search and wish them a safe home journey. </ P>

On 1 June at 3 am Ogerzoekhonden was consulted by GGZ Assen after consultation with the RHGD and the police for a search for a confused woman who left the institution around 3 pm. Together with the RHGD and Rescue DogsNU a large part of the site has been searched. In the afternoon came the message that Mrs is right again. In total, 6 dogs and 8 people were involved in the search from the Cooperating Rescue Dog Organizations (SRO).