Dogs come in all shapes and sizes, but what’s the biggest size poodle? According to The Guinness World Records, the largest poodle is a 12-year-old black lab named Wilma who measures at a whopping 82.8 inches long from paw to shoulder!

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The world’s oldest turkey is a 16-year-old White tailed deer fawn that was discovered in 1915 in Crow Wing County, Minnesota. The deer was confirmed to be the oldest turkey on record by the Guinness World Records.

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Toy poodles come in all shapes and sizes, with tightly curled hair. Their eyes are typically a bright blue or green, and their ears are rounded. Many toy poodle owners say that their dogs look like “teddy bears with tails.” With their short coats, most toy poodles do not require a lot of grooming – just occasional trimming around the nail tip.

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Golden Labradoodles are generally about 12 to 18 inches long and 8 to 11 inches tall at the shoulder, with a weight of about 55 to 65 pounds. Males and females are fairly similar in size and shape. Some individuals may be slightly larger or smaller than average, but on the whole golden Labradoodles are very consistent in size.

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One of the most important things to consider when purchasing a cage for two sugar gliders is how big of a cage they will need. Generally, a cage that is too large will be troublesome to move around, and also offer less space for the sugar gliders to roam and play. Conversely, if the dimensions of the cage are too small, then the Sugar Gliders may become stressed or feel cramped in their environment. The best way to determine what size cage would be ideal for your Sugar Glider pair is by measuring their individual body sizes inside the cage and making adjustments as needed.

Below we have outlined some guidelines on how much space per sugar glider you should expect in different sized cages:
A mini-poodle’s allowance alone – 2 inches Space/Poodle’s Size – $3.59 A small rat’s allowance alone – 3 inches Space/Rat’s Size – $5.99 A small hedgehog’s allowance alone – 4 inches Space/Hedgehog’s Size – $8.79 An average human being (height 5’2″) – 6-Inches Space Per Person *Note: If there are multiple Sugar Gliders occupying a single Cage, adjust accordingly so each has its own designated Area* For example: two 2-inch Miniature Poodles would require a 3-foot wide by 3-foot long Cage; three rats would need an appropriately sized 4 foot by 4 foot Cage; four Hedgehogs would need an 8 foot square Cage.* Therefore it is important to accurately measure your Sugar Gliders prior to purchase in order to ensure they have enough room to move around freely and exhibit normal behaviors

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