Transfer of Ownership
Litter Number Application
Membership & Renewal
Litter Number Application
3 Gen Blank Pedigree
Breeder's Assistant Forms
Welcome to the
Forms section of the NARR Website. With this most recent website revision,
the forms should be easier to understand and easier to fill out.
not required to register rats with NARR, however membership
can potentially save a significant amount of money for those who register
many rats. Gold or Gold Plus Membership is recommended for most breeders,
while other membership levels are suitable for pet owners.
In order to view and print most of the forms from this site,
you will need to have Adobe Acrobat or another PDF viewer installed. Acrobat
is recommended for all features of the forms to operate correctly. An
alternative to Acrobat is Foxit Reader or Editor.
all pdf forms may now be filled out "on-screen."
From there, you can print, sign, and mail or fax all forms unless you have made
other arrangements. We are more than happy to work with people, and as long as
a signature is included, we accept pdfs via email. You can save NARR forms
as pdfs after you fill them out if you are using either Adobe Acrobat or
Foxit Reader. Just save and send! Any
questions? Let us know and we're happy to assist!
the links in the menu to the left to find the forms you are looking for.
is recommended that instead of viewing the PDF files on this site in your
browser, that you right-click and select "save" and download
each file to your computer. Some individuals have reported problems with
not loading completely in the browser, and this appears to be a connection
issue with larger files (and happens more often with those on dial-up),
as there seem to be no errors within the files themselves.
now has a new policy to better help breeders!
are now accepted for pedigreed rats which have (or had) genetic problems,
whether the rat is alive or deceased. If you had a rat which, for example,
a tumor, you can register that rat for free with the NARR whether you
are a member or not.
registration form (or the litter
member form if the rat happened to be
from a litter previously registered with NARR), and note in the "Health/Temperament
notes" field the problem(s) the rat has/had. Include as much information
on the rat as possible such as DOB, DOD, sire, dam, breeder, etc.
is for genetic or probable genetic problems only. For
example, tumors, chronic respiratory illness, allergy problems, neural
etc are "probable genetic problems." Broken legs, injured
tails, ripped ears, and common illnesses and injuries are NOT included
registration. This information
to the registry for rats with paid or prepaid registrations.