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April 02. 2013 11:43AM

NH final state to OK sale of health insurance for pets

'We are eager to share this announcement with veterinarians and pet owners all across North America, and particularly in New Hampshire,' said Darryl Rawlings, founder and CEO at Trupanion. 'We offer a unique product that hasn’t been available to New Hampshire pet owners in the past and we look forward to adding them to our family.”'

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