One is the size of a bagel. The other weighs more than Eli Manning.
The tallest and tiniest dogs in the world sized each other up in Central Park Wednesday after making it into the Guinness Book of World Records.
Boo Boo, a long-haired female Chihuahua, is just 4 inches tall and weighs only 2 pounds.
She went paw-to-paw with Giant George, a 43-inch-tall Great Dane who tips the scales at 245 pounds.
“I thought he might want a snack or something, but he was very gentle,” Boo Boo’s owner Lana Elswick said after meeting Giant George.
“Boo Boo was fascinated. She waited a few minutes and then she went over.”
The tiny Kentucky canine weighed 1 ounce when she was born by Caesarean section in 2006.
“The vet said if she lived, it would be a miracle,” Elswick said. “She is my miracle.”
The palm-sized pet eats just a tablespoon of dog food each day, will drink only bottled water and has a sweet tooth.
Giant George, meanwhile, scarfs down 110 pounds of dog food each month – the equivalent of 30 Nathan’s hot dogs a day.
“He would eat twice that if we let him,” said owner David Nasser of Tucson, Ariz. “He’s great, very playful with tons of energy.”
George sleeps on a queen-sized mattress at the end of the Nassers’ bed and took up three bulkhead seats on the plane to New York.
Nasser and his wife, Christie, have a 1-year-old daughter and don’t worry about letting George get near her.
“He’s a gentle giant, and that’s the true thing about the Great Danes,” he said.