Barb DeMascio has been involved in agility since the early days. She started agility with her 3 Flat-coated Retrievers in the late 1980's. Since then she has trained and competed with 6 Border Collies, and Parson Russell Terrier and a Papillon, winning and placing at nationals with her BC, Revel. She now competes with 2 young BCs, Rezkin and Mouse.
Barb became a USDAA judge in 1993 but no longer judges.  
Barb teaches all the students new to agility at Get Rev'd and enjoys watching them learn and come together as a team. She also teaches private lessons and occassional workshops at Get Rev'd. 

Rosanne Wesemann started agility in 1992 with her Flat-coated Retriever, Dreamer. Since then she has trained and competed with an Australian Shepherd and 6 Border Collies, 3 of which (Drifter, Kiba and Strafe) competed overseas on various organizations' world teams. Strafe placed 2nd at the EO (European Open) when he was only 2 years old. She has had multiple placings and wins at national competitions as well. Drifter won the AKC's NAC (National Agility Championship) twice in a row. Her current competition dog, Kite, made the 2020 EO team, but it was cancelled due to COVID-19. 

Rosanne started assisting in teaching when she was quite young, and became a USDAA judge at only 15. She now judges for UKI. 

Rosanne teaches higher level students at Get Rev'd as well as private lessons and seminars for both Get Rev'd and outside clubs and schools. She also enjoys working with high level teams hoping to make world teams and helping them improve those technical skills.

Rosanne and Strafe

Barb and Rezkin