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Dog the Bounty Hunter Hospitalized After Heart Emergency

The health scare comes less than three months after Dog's wife Beth Chapman passed away after a battle with throat cancer

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    Dog The Bounty Hunter Hospitalized Following Heart Emergency

    Duane "Dog" Chapman was hospitalized in Colorado after suffering a heart emergency, according to multiple reports. Duane's health scare comes months after the passing of his wife, Beth Chapman, who died from cancer in June (Published Monday, Sept. 16, 2019)

    Dog the Bounty Hunter has experienced quite the health scare.

    E! News can confirm the "Dog's Most Wanted" star is in the hospital after suffering a heart emergency.

    According to TMZ, the reality star was taken to a hospital from his home in Colorado over the weekend after he experienced pain in his chest. While it's too soon to tell if it was a heart attack, doctors are performing tests on his heart to determine what happened.

    The health scare comes less than three months after Dog's wife Beth Chapman passed away after a battle with throat cancer.

    On June 26 the television personality confirmed that his longtime wife had died at the age of 51. Since then he's been trying to grieve privately while also honoring her memory.

    Dog the Bounty Hunter Shares Heartbreaking Photo of Wife Beth

    After watching the series premiere of "Dog's Most Wanted" earlier this month, Dog couldn't help but share what it was like seeing his wife on the small screen again.

    "It was great. I kind of walked away a few times just to listen to the voice," he told E! News' Carissa Culiner and Will Marfuggi. "America loves Beth. She had double the fans that I had."

    Dog also admitted that he is trying to stay busy as he goes through the grieving process. But despite his packed schedule, there are times when he communicates with his wife.

    "I don't know if I'm light in the mind but I kind of hear her," he shared on Daily Pop. "She was my good coach, and I was her good coach, but I kind of hear her a lot."

    Fans of the couple still have the chance to experience Dog and Beth's love story this season on "Dog's Most Wanted". A previous preview for the new season showed the strong love and bond the pair share.

    "She's my everything. She's the sexiest women I've ever touched in my life," he shared. "She's a pure girl! There's no tomboy in this baby girl."