I'm not a hirsute dude but I like the word which basically means: hairy bugger.
Yes, it would be preferable to have or lease a hirsute head instead of hirsute nostrils, but c'est la vie. At leastI’mnot the one in the family with the webbed toes... like Aunt Winnie. But here’s what I’d like to know: Why don't dogs get male pattern baldness?
Tell me why-o, why-o.
That's why I'm a boiling cauldron of envy when I look at my dog, DJ, who doesn't have one lonely patch of unhaired skin on his sinewy bod. To infuriate me even more, DJ prances about like he's some big rock star decked out in a luscious double-coat of terrier fur -- waterproof, sun-blocking and non-shedding.
"Oh, he's so cute," the women say as they pet and fawn over him. The unworthy knave.
The mammalian fur coat is a wonder of nature. Maybe not as good as wings, but better than webbed-feet. So you gotta keep the coat in shape. I'm not going to get into all the science of it; how proteins, amino acids and other gobbledygook work -- keeping that pet fur coat in primo condition. Two words though:
Seal oil and fish oil are both a source of long-chain omega-3 fatty acids. But for your money—and for your health—seal oil is a better choice, for several reasons. It comes down to better absorption, a more complete fatty acid profile, and 100% natural purity and stability.
Seal oil contains three omega-3 essential polyunsaturated fatty acids: DPA,EPA and DHA. Each of these omega-3s has distinct advantages:
EPA: Supports cardiovascular health, reduces joint inflammation, and lowers cholesterol
DPA: Repairs damaged vessels, optimizes omega-3 intake, boosts absorption of EPA and DHA
Fish oil just does pack the same nutritional punch as seal oil! It can’t—it lacks a critical omega-3 your body needs. It contains only DHA and EPA and little or no DPA. But DPA is critical—not only does it offer unique and specific benefits, it also optimizes the body’s use of DHA and EPA. DPA is the missing puzzle piece that you cannot find in a considerable amount in most fish oil.
And trust me, there's reems of other hardcore scientific evidence that elaborates on this finding.