Bounty Hunter wife dog, Beth Chapman, is hospitalized for "serious respiratory problems" amid a battle with cancer
The bounty hunter's wife, Beth Chapman, was hospitalized.
Beth 51, who has been battling throat cancer, was rushed to the hospital in Hawaii on Saturday.
Us Weekly reports that the mother of five was taken to a medical facility "with serious respiratory problems."
It is not well: Beth Chapman, wife of Dog the Bounty Hunter, was admitted to the hospital in Hawaii
"She has not been feeling well lately and Dog is by her side. One thing everyone knows about Beth is that she's a fighter. a source told the site.
Beth started chemo treatment in Los Angeles in December.
She revealed her diagnosis of stage II cancer in September 2017 and announced that she was cancer-free a few months later.
However, the cancer returned a year later, which led to emergency surgery to remove a mass in his throat.
Partners: Dog, 66 (real name Duane Chapman) told DailyMailTV last month that his 13-year-old wife wanted to spend her last days on the hunt, tracking fugitives for her new WGN America Dog's Most Wanted
Several weeks after the operation, Us reported that Beth's cancer was incurable and spread to her throat and lungs.
Dog, 66 (real name Duane Chapman) told DailyMailTV last month that his 13-year-old wife wanted to spend her last days hunting, tracking the fugitives for her new WGN America show, the most sought-after dog.
"My baby has cancer and she's fighting like hell. I cried a lot about it because Beth is my everything.
"Despite all the obstacles I've overcome, this is by far the biggest test of my life and mark my words, I will not let it die.
"She's my rock and my bodyguard. I'll do everything I can to keep her here. Dog, real name Duane Chapman, told DailyMailTV last month
"She's my rock and my bodyguard. I'll do everything I can to keep her here.
Dog said: "If it were me, I'd be a big fag. But not Beth. She's still beating the ground running with me. Beth is determined that cancer will not delay her.
"Actually, I'm so impressed by Beth's strength and positive attitude.
"She told me repeatedly that if these are her last days on earth, she wants to spend every moment with me on the hunt, living life to the fullest and enjoying the time we have left together.
Lasting love: The couple have been in a relationship for 16 years before getting married in 2006