‘Dog’s Most Wanted’ has been leading up to the moment by sharing clips from the final hunt the couple went on together. It seems to be one of the greatest moments, with Beth even exclaiming to Dog during a high-speed chase, “Oh my god you are amazing!”
In heartbreaking moments, the show shares Dog’s thoughts on not hunting with Beth any longer, saying, “I’m not going to think about Beth never being there, cause she’ll always be there.”
During the hunt, Beth tells the group, as she struggles to catch her breath, “I have no breath, no air, and no time.”
It appears show producers were aware of Beth’s sickness progressing and conducted several interviews with the families matriarch.
“We’re just going to have fun and love each other, and when it ends it ends,” Beth said about her final days with Dog.
In the end, Dog is seen holding his wife as she fights for her life inside of a Hawaii hospital. It is clear how much this man loves his wife, and how much she will be missed.
Beth Chapman passed away earlier this year after a long battle with throat cancer.
Dog the Bounty Hunter fought back tears while talking about his wife Beth Chapman’s last moments, after he walked outside of his home in Honolulu, hours after her death.
Duane “Dog” Chapman walked outside of his home in Honolulu, Hawaii hours after Beth died, and was joined by other family members.
Dog said Beth “knew this day would come,” but admitted her death came a lot quicker than the family expected.
“I loved her so much,” he said, adding he strongly feels “Beth isn’t dead, she’s sleeping.”