On Saturday, October 12th 2019, a large call-out exercise of the Cooperating Search And Rescuedog organizations (SRO) took place. Around the village, 1.390 acres was available for area searching and 450 acres for mantrailing.
Together, 140 men and women and 66 dogs have made it into a very succesful day.
Many thanks to the helpers (exercise victims) and the first aid team and we are very grateful for making the location available for this exercise.
With an exceptional contribution from the aforementioned fund, Oger SARdogs can further shape its mission “search for missing persons”. We are very grateful to the board and those involved with the fund for its support. Since we can only carry out our efforts thanks to support from society, we are obviously very pleased with this generous support from the fund, which benefits our efforts in the search for missing persons. For more information about the fund please see https://www.aanmoedigingsfonds.nl
Oger SARdogs is very pleased and very grateful that we have received a fantastic donation of the ‘Dr. C.J. Vaillantfonds – Goede Doelen Fonds van de LVC’.
Thanks to this great support, Oger SARdogs can make an enormous step in training our search dogs, the interior of the communication car and our call-outs.
On Thursday July 11th Oger SARdogs received a wonderful donation from Klantenservice Marktpartijen (Customer Service Market Parties) of Enexis Netbeheer (Enexis Gridmanagement) and we’ve given a fun demonstration.
With this donation we’ve enlarged our possibility of purchasing a Controlpost-trailer amongst others.
Please find below a small impression of the demonstration.
HRD training with Aydinn, Homme and Elek
On December 29th, we received a very generous donation of the Plantinga family. They are relatives of Rients Plantinga to whom we have been searching in October 2020.
For us it's very special to receive a donation from immediate relatives of a missing person.
For Oger SARdogs it is obvious to help
On Thursday September 10th Oger SARdogs has searched for a 67 year-old man who went missing on September 7th. This search was on request of the family in collaboration with the Groningen police. The man did not appear on the funeral of his partner after which an alert was issued.
The foundation got its name Oger SARdogs from Belgian Shepherd Dog (Malinois) Oger, who reached the age of 1. He as more than earned his spurs in the work. He has contributed in many call-outs, always with full passion and 200% commitment.
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Oger SAR Dogs is by the Dutch taxes service knowledged as ‘Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling’, ANBI. By these ANBI-state donaters can claim their gifts by the taxe serverice. And for Oger SAR Dogs it meand that they don’t have to pay taxis when they receive money, so you know everything is receives Oger SAR Dogs.
Seven days a week we are accessible by our alarmnumber:
+31 (0) 622 689 140
Oger SAR Dogs offers families, friends and relations the opportunity to be reunited with their loved ones in the most difficult of circumstances
In order to be able to achieve this, Oger SAR Dogs trains dogs and their handlers to search formissing people, both living and deceased, in all kinds of situations. Where necessary, we work in close cooperation with various organisations and services in order to find and recover loved ones.
Oger SAR Dogs does not allow itself to be influenced by political affiliations and works both nationally and internationally without personal profit for the benefit of society.
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