top of page

PRICING

Pricing for breeding stock is different, please contact us directly if you are interested in breeding stock.

When buying rats from us, you will be sent home with a selection of the rats favoutire treats to help you bond with them easier!
For an additional cost, you can also buy additional products such as custom made bin cages.

SINGLE RAT

Standard rat £25

Dwarf rat £35

We do NOT sell singles in normal circumistances. The only time we sell singles is if there for some reason is only one animal left due to something out of our control. If we are to sell a single animal instead of keeping it, ALL of the following requirements are to be met.

1. The home willing to take them is already very familiar to us and has had rats from us before

2. They have rats of a similar age in their care already or can confirm they are getting rats of the same age soon after on top of their existing older rats.

3. The home only has rats of the same sex as the single rat theyre looking to get

A PAIR OF RATS

Standard £50

Dwarf  £70

Standard+Dwarf £60

A pair of rats is the most common set of rats we sell at once! With two rats, there is no special group discount, the price is simply 1+1. A pair can consist of standard + standard, dwarf + dwarf or standard + dwarf!

TRIO OF RATS

3x Standard £60

3x Dwarf £90

2x Standard+dwarf £75

2x Dwarf+standard £85

Trios are the biggest groups we sell to a single home from one litter. This is to prevent from one person buying the whole litter for themselves. When buying a trio, the price is a group price instead of 1+1+1! A group can consists of 3x standard, 3x dwarf, 2xstandard+dwarf or 2xdwarf+standard!

BEFORE ADOPTING

Before getting rats, its very important to make sure youre a prepared and have done your home work. Here is a check list to look through if you are considering getting yourself some lovely rats.

DOES YOUR LANDLORD ALLOW PETS?

You should ALWAYS have premission to have animals. It is not fair to bring in animals to your home and rehome them because your landlord caught you with animals you are not allowed to have. If your landlord does not allowe animals, it is always worth emailing or calling them and ask them how they feel about caged animals. If they tell you no, please respect this for your, your landlords and your potential pets sake.

DO YOU LIVE WITH PARENTS OR FLAT MATES?

Make sure everyone in your house hold is okay with you bringing in animals. As you share a roof, you should respect each other and not bring an animal in if its not something everyone is comfortable with.

IS THIS AN IMPULSE DECIDION?

Have you given this enough consideration and not just decided that you want rats last night? Owning any animal is a big responsibility and should not be something you decide to do on the fly. Make sure you have read through our Rat 101 section.

CAN YOU AFFORD RATS?

Rats will need food, toys, a nice cage and eventually will go see a vet. Make sure you are financially in a situation where you can comfortably afford pets. If you are a minor or rely on someone for financial aid, please discuss the matter with who ever your money comes from and make sure they agree to fund your pets.

HAVE YOU SET UP A CAGE?

You should always have your enclosure set up before you buy animals. Too often you see people impulse buying animals and getting them the first cage they find after the animal is already in their care. This is unacceptable and a fast lane to neglect. Prepare for your animal before you get them.

WILL YOU BE OKAY?

Things in life can happen, big scary things. We can get physically hurt, mentally hurt. These factors can make a huge change in how we can care for our pets. Make sure you are mentally and physically in a place where having animals won't make things worse or you wont be able to care for the animals properly. It can be tempting to get an animal companion when you feel like the world is against you, but make sure you are in a place where you can care for you and your animal.

bottom of page