Is my rat dumbo or fancy? - Rat Forum

(yes even dumbos are fancy rats)
Appearance / health:
The Dumbo Fancy Rat can easily be recognized by its low-set, large, petal-shaped ears. The ears are slightly furled at the top, and stand out prominently from the head. They’re moderately sized, averaging from 9 – 11 inches in length including their tail. They have a long body with a thin, tapering tail and relatively short legs. Their head is wider than that of a , with a narrower lower jaw. Their snout is tapering with long, straight whiskers. They round prominent eyes.
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Appearance / health:
The Dumbo Fancy Rat can easily be recognized by its low-set, large, petal-shaped ears. The ears are slightly furled at the top, and stand out prominently from the head. They’re moderately sized, averaging from 9 – 11 inches in length including their tail. They have a long body with a thin, tapering tail and relatively short legs. Their head is wider than that of a , with a narrower lower jaw. Their snout is tapering with long, straight whiskers. They round prominent eyes. Dumbo Fancy Rat Mouse polymer clay adjustable ear brass ring. - EtsyModeled after the sweet Dumbo eared Fancy Rat babiesDumbo Fancy Rat Mouse polymer clay adjustable ear by QuickPanik
The Dumbo Fancy Rat has a short, smooth coat which comes in all of the colors and patterns seen in the , including white (usually with pink eyes), champagne, beige, platinum, silver, blue, black, chocolate, mink, agouti, cinnamon, chinchilla, fawn, lynx, and pearl. There are many different patterns categorized by the specific placement of certain patches of color (Marked), spots, pointed (a light body with dark colors on the nose, ears, legs and base of the tail, and of course solid. Because and related species are seen as pests, their intentional import into foreign countries is often regulated. For example, the importation of foreign rodents is prohibited in , and so various coat types, colors, and varieties have been bred separately from foreign lines, or are just not obtainable within that country (for example, hairless and dumbo-eared fancy rats do not exist in Australia). In other areas, like the Canadian province of , which is considered rat-free, the ownership of domestic fancy rats outside of schools, laboratories, and zoos is illegal.