Blue Rex Dumbo/top Eared Baby Rats

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Chatham, Kent
Member since Oct 2017

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Pet Type :
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Advert Type :
For Sale
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Breeder / Frequent Advertiser
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Pets Current Age :
13 weeks, 2 days old (More Info)

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UPDATE: 11/1/19- all babies have been reserved. thank you for everyone’s enquires!
We have a new litter of 8. 5 females & 3 males ready for reservations as of next Friday. shadow had 2 black berkshires and the rest are blue. All top eared.

UPDATE: 9/1/19- 2 males available
1rex & 1 standard

UPDATE: 8/1/19- 4 males available
1 rex coat & 3 standard coats.

UPDATE: 7/1/19- 7 males available.
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Hello everyone!

We have a litter available 3rd of February.
Currently 2 weeks and 1 day old.
Born Sunday 23rd of December.

We are taking deposits & reservations now.


This is roo’s (mum) 2nd litter.
This is blues (Dad) 3rd litter.

Roo had 14 babies. She originally had 15 but we lost one in the first 24 hours this is expected with big litters. The rest have done extremely well!

All of our litters have been bred from our personal pets who have been carefully selected for breeding.
They have all been bred and reared from our own home.
All litters have been handled after 24 hours of birth and handled everyday up until sold.
They are all very sociable and tame. All of them have lovely temperaments and are all very friendly.

The health and temperaments of all our rats is very important to us this is why we handle them as much as we can before they go to their new homes. We feel this plays a very important part in their growth from birth.

All babies will be treated with xeno 50 mini spot on to prevent them from infestations, parasites, including lice, mites and ticks.

This is something we have introduced to prevent these certain things occurring.
All babies will be treated at 5 weeks old.

Our babies will be rehomed from 6-8 weeks old and will NOT BE SOLD SEPARATELY!!! only in pairs or trios.

We will be taking deposits on any reserved from today, due to people letting us down on previous occasions this way we can be sure you are committed to the little ones and your deposit holds them until collected on a date of your convenience.

If you would like to arrange a visit to our house to view the babies before you make a decision then feel free to ask and we will accommodate you. There will be a small fee to view our rats which will be reimbursed on the day of your visit. This is due to prank callers and fake interest. We are busy people and wasting our time is unfair on genuine interested potential buyers.

Please feel free to contact At anytime If you have any questions or enquiries.

Text/email or call at your convenience and I will get back to you with in the hour.

Thank you Lauren & Simon

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