‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’: Family Members Announce Passing of Beth Chapman’s Dog

by Brandi Stillings
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Nearly two years after Beth Chapman’s death, “Dog the Bounty Hunter” family members suffer yet another loss. Lola, Beth’s canine companion, has recently passed away. The familymade the announcement on Instagram. A few of them shared a photo of the beloved dog, along with heartfelt words.

Saddened by the news, Cecily Chapman wrote about having to say goodbye to “sweet baby girl Lola.”

Of course, Cecily is heartbroken, but she is keeping perspective. To conclude her post, she added how her late mother will be taking care of the dog now.

“Promise mommy @mrsdog4real will come and take you home with her. I love you forever,” wrote Cecily.

Another one of “Dog the Bounty Hunter” star Duane Chapman’s daughters, Lyssa, also mentioned Lola’s death on Instagram. She posted several pictures of the family dog, along with a few captions. They read, “Rest in love J-Lola” and included the hashtag “#MakerofKings.”

Lola was most remembered for being Beth’s loyal sidekick. The dedicated pup stood by her bedside when she fell ill.

In April 2019, Pop Culture reported on the “Dog the Bounty Hunter” star being hospitalized. She had a build-up of fluid in her lungs. As a result, Beth had to undergo an emergency procedure.

However, after the hospitalization, she shared a post-op photo on Twitter of both her and Lola. She added a caption saying, “Mama and Lola so much love for this girl.”

Soon after, Beth lost her battle with throat cancer and passed away at 51 years old on June 26, 2019.

Remembering ‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’ Star Beth Chapman

In the moments before her death, Beth was rushed to Queen’s Medical Center in Hawaii. Medical professionals placed her in a medically induced coma. However, it was too late and the “Dog the Bounty Hunter” star sadly passed away.

Her husband, “Dog the Bounty Hunter” star Duane “Dog” Chapman, first announced the tragic event on social media.

“It’s 5:32 in Hawaii, this is the time she would wake up to go hike Koko Head mountain,” he wrote. “Only today, she hiked the stairway to heaven. We all love you, Beth. See you on the other side.”

Diagnosed in September 2017, Beth continued to fight cancer until June 2019. Both reality shows “Dog’s Most Wanted” and A&E special “Dog and Beth: Fight of Their Lives” include large segments of the couple’s struggle against cancer.

‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’ Daughter Joins New TV Show

From 2003 to 2012, “Dog the Bounty Hunter” appeared on A&E regularly. After it wrapped, the Chapmans then got two spin-off shows, including “Dog’s Most Wanted,” in 2019. The controversial star was set to take on a new program, but it was recently nixed.

As Outsider previously covered, Unleashed Entertainment claimed that he breached his contract, and that was why the show was canceled. It was supposed to be called “Dog Unleashed.” Later, it was revealed that Duane had been let go due to racial and homophobic comments he’d made.

Bonnie continues to be involved with a new TV show for the entertainment brand called “The System.” The series focuses on social justice issues and is now in its second season on television.

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