Dumbo Rat - Breed Information and Photos

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These large eared pet rodents are quite sociable and laid back. This page is about dumbo rats - breed information and photos.
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Your Pet's Breed
Dumbo Rat

How and when did you get your pet?
Bella and her sister, Tinker, were given to us when they were just babies.

What does your pet like to do for fun?
Bella loves to snuggle in with people and especially loves to be in hoodie pockets. She comes running when she hears you open a bag of treats.

Do you have anything else to share about your pet?
Rats are very smart, sociable pets that truly enjoy your company.

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Mr. Jingles is a 5 month old Dumbo rat. My husband bought me Mr. Jingles (and gave him his name) just last week. Mr. Jingles loves to sit on your shoulder, and he loves to eat macaroni and cheese!

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Yes, Dumbo rats make excellent furry friends! They are very friendly, loving, and sweet!

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April 21, 2014

This is a page about pet rat photos. Rats are very intelligent animals that can be easily trained, making them good pets.

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