If you’re adding new rats to your existing group, it can be an intimidating process. In the UK, the most widely used and regarded as the safest method is the Carrier Method. Here’s how to safely introduce rats with the …
Whether you’re transporting new rats from a far away breeder, taking your rats on holiday with you, or just worried about a trip to the vets, travel with rats doesn’t have to be stressful.
Rats are very good at hiding pain and illness. They’re naturally a prey animal, so their natural instinct is to disguise any weakness. There are, however, a few signs of illness in rats that you can look out for.
This question is asked a lot in rat groups, with people posting pictures of their new rats and asking ‘what breed is my rat’? Actually, your rat’s breed is just ‘rat’.