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Dog The Bounty Hunter's Helping People With Addiction Following Beth Chapman's Death

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By Whitney Vasquez

Duane Chapman is going the extra mile to help people in need after his wife Beth Chapman's death.

The "Dog's Most Wanted" star is encouraging anyone struggling with addiction to reach out to his team for help.

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He posted the message to his 400k+ Instagram fans on Friday evening.

"Call my team if you or someone you love has a problem with alcohol or drugs," Dog The Bounty Hunter wrote.

He also provided a number and added, "Let us help you change your life."

Fans React:

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Dog's message is already being well-received by fans who are flooding his post with their own stories of addiction.

"I have been sober over 2 years from a 15 year meth addiction and I still struggle today I feel stuck and cant get over this hump," one person shared.

"My son needs help. He's so talented. A guitarist. I miss the real him. 23 years old," wrote another.

'Dog's Most Wanted'

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Dog's big heart is evident in his upcoming new show, "Dog's Most Wanted."

In the first episode, he chooses to let a young man off who seems to be struggling. Instead of turning the man into authorities, Dog smashes his pipe and gives him a pep talk.

The highly-anticipated show is the last project he worked with Beth on before her passing.

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