"Kelsey" lives in sunny Florida with Eric and Connie Shannon and "older brother" Bailey (Lookout Shannon's
Bailey Boo CD,AX,OAJ). She is a very feminine -18 inches tall bitch, with lean long head and Irish coat type. She is
a great mover with fantastic reach and drive.

April 2008: Duvessa finished all requirements for registered Therapy dog! Congratulations!

January 2008: Completed two more titles- Novice FAST and Master Jumper.
April 2007:
Kelsey got two Excellent B Jumpers legs and 17 Mach points in Ocala, FL first weekend of April.  She was
the only terrier in the taller jump heights (12"-26").

March 2007:
Kelsey got four USDAA Starters titles.  They are
Agility Dog (AD), Starters Gamblers (SG), Starters Snooker (SS)
and Starters Relay (SR)
.  She has one remaining Starters class to title in, Starters Jumpers.  She has two of three
required legs.  

December 2005:

"Kelsey" passed another level and added
Excellent A Jumpers (AXJ) to her titles.  "Kelsey" is now starting to
accumulate MACH points.

October 2005:

Kelsey qualified 4 out of 8 tries at Kimburton, Pennsylvania.
She completed Open Standard, so she competes in Excellent A in both Standard and Jumpers. Total titles are
Companion Dog (CD-obedience), Novice and Open Standard (NA & OA-agility), and Novice and Open Jumpers (NAJ
OAJ-agility). She has two legs in Excellent A Jumpers, so she only needs one more to move up to Excellent B.

July 2005:

Kelsey added two more agility titles to her list:  Novice Agility (NA) and Open Agility Jumpers (OAJ).

April 10th, 2005:

She completed her first agility title,
Novice Jumpers with Weaves (NAJ), in Vero Beach. She seems to think that she
is a Border Collie and runs with no abandon. She ran a 22 second Jumpers course last week.

For year 2004, Kelsey was rated as 2nd in 2004 Combined Novice Delaney® Rating System and 4th in 2004 Combined
Novice First & Foremost® Rating System for obedience.

July 2004:
Duvessa completed her
Companion Dog (CD) title in Vero Beach, FL at the tender age of one year and three
weeks.It only took her two trials in two weeks, qualifying three out of four times. She improved her score each
time; 170, 188.5 and 192.5, and finished tied for fourth and fourth outright in the last two.
"Kelsey" -Duvessa Cross the Rubicon
Registered Therapy dog