| Trupanion provides medical insurance for cats and dogs throughout the U.S., Canada, Puerto Rico, and Australia. Co.'s business segments are: subscription business, which provides subscription to its direct-to-consumer products; and other business, which is comprised of other product offerings that have a business-to-business relationship and different margin profiles than subscription segment, including providing pet insurance policies on behalf of the Veteran Affairs program, employer sponsored programs, and underwriting policies on behalf of third parties that do not carry reference to the Trupanion brand. Additionally, Co.'s other business segment includes the sale of software solutions. The TRUP average annual return since 2014 is shown above.
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