Duane 'Dog the Bounty Hunter' Chapman Is Reportedly Back at Home after Recent Hospitalization
A representative for Duane 'Dog' Chapman provides an update on his health condition. Fans continue to send their messages of support to the Chapman family.
According to TMZ, "Dog" was rushed to a hospital near his home in Colorado. After complaining about severe chest pains, a source reveals that his doctors suspected that it was a heart attack.
A representative for "Dog" has announced that he has been released from the hospital and is recovering at his home. In a statement it is revealed:
"Dog is back at home and resting comfortably, He is overwhelmed by the support of fans and friends from around the world, and is deeply touched by the outpouring of prayers, love, and encouragement."
The reality star was in the middle of promoting the latest season of his show, "Dog's Most Wanted," when he suffered a heart emergency. His representative continues with a personal from "Dog" reminding his fans to tune in to his show, he says:
"While he is following doctor's orders and taking time to heal, he wants everyone to follow DOG'S ORDERS and watch Dog's Most Wanted Wednesday night on WGN America."
"Dog," who is known for his tough and fearless demeanour has many fans surprised over the news of his health crisis.
Other fans are responding with heartfelt messages showing their support for "Dog" and his family, during this difficult time.
It is reported, while under the care of his doctors, "Dog" underwent several tests including an angiogram, which came out normal and revealed that he not suffered from a heart attack.
"Dog's" health still remains in the balance as he recovers at home. Several of the tests performed while he was in the hospital revealed that his health condition is possibly related to stress and changes in his blood pressure.
The exact cause of chest pains has not been confirmed by his doctors or representatives. Many media publications have speculated that his chest pains could have been stress related. He has been dealing with the grief of losing his wife, a break-in at his store and he was nearly involved in a $430 000 money scam.