Lyssa Chapman Reveals Dr. Oz Visits ‘Dog The Bounty Hunter’ to Help Her Father
From her adorable post earlier this week of her dad with her daughter to her recent pic of her with Dr. Oz, Baby Lyssa has shown fans a glimpse into the family after her mom passed away. She revealed that the Doctor was there to help her father.
Earlier this month, it was revealed that Duane "Dog" Chapman was struggling with health issues. The news came just three months after his wife Beth passed away.
“Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman was reportedly hospitalized for chest pains. Two weeks after his health scare, the star was seen with Dr. Oz.
"Had @dr_oz out to Colorado. More details coming Monday on his show. Thank you friend," wrote Duane Chapman on social media.
The post got fans speculating about the reality star's health. Many took to the comment section to share prayers and support with the reality star.
Baby Lyssa Chapman also took to social media to share a snippet from Dr. Oz's visit. She shared a pic of her and the doctor posing together.
In her caption, she revealed that the doctor was in town to help her father with his health. She also encouraged fans to tune into the show on Monday.
"Very grateful for @dr_oz coming to help my dad. Pleas tune in Monday to see how he was able to help our family," wrote Lyssa.
According to a sneak preview of the "Dr. Oz" show, the reality star is suffering from a pulmonary embolism in the heart. The condition is “life-threatening.”
The news comes shortly after Duane and his family laid his wife Beth Chapman to rest after she lost her battle with cancer. Beth died on June 26 at the age of 51.
Dog recalled the moment doctors told him she would not survive her aggressive throat cancer. He opened up about her last moments on the show.
"The doctor came to me and goes, ‘I’m not sure she’s going to pull out of this. We’ve been trying to wake her up, she’s been in and out of consciousness, she may slip into a coma.’ I did my test and I took a blank piece of paper and I laid it on her chest with a pen. I shook her head and go, ‘Honey I want you to sign that and she went like this, (puts up middle finger), and the doctor says, ‘She’s alright,'" said Duane Chapman.