Okay my opinion. Might be okay, but you will notice that Quinn is listed as a possible breeder but has unknown background. The RatZRealm rats have OFR parentage, which makes me nervous. Odd Fellowes Rattery has managed to get their hands on too many burmese rats and randomly sell them to anyone. Hence why burmese are everywhere now. The breeders in the UK of the burmese have very very strict rules about this. They are allowing very few rats into the USA and only to approved breeders, they are trying to keep the burmese pure and not ending up in petstores and backyard breeder programs if you know what I mean. There are huge penalties if a burmese rat gets bred when there's a pet-only contract and from what I have spoken to other breeders about, the USA as a whole could be penalized, so all breeders police the goings on with the burmese.
I don't like how this girl used to breed but now is official since she got breeder rats. She's too young and still in college. If I ever went to a breeder I would make sure I had pedigree up to 3-4 generations minimum that I could check out. Just my opinion.
I take in rescues and rehomes, and oops litter babies (handled from birth and extremely loving and socialized), so a breeder would really have to prove themselves to me before I took in a baby or 2.