While it's certainly been an emotional time for the reality star (real name Duane Chapman), Dog said he's trying his best to "man up" and be there for the rest of his grieving family. But everyday she talked as if she was not there.
"Prayers for fast and proper healing, i messed up my knee 2 years ago i know how bad It hurts.so sorry this happened to you. sending Prayers", said Fawn Palmen on Facebook.Don't keep running your mouth. More news: Ex-Patriots, Raiders All-Pro runs out of luck
Beth Chapman was still on social media a few days before her death at the end of June. After treatment, she went into remission, but it returned as stage 4 lung cancer in 2018. "When they ask you a specific question, just answer that'".
"So she would say, 'Who is going to sit next to you?' And I said, 'No one, '" he says tearfully. "You can't prepare", he added to the outlet of losing his wife. The other day I met [a guy]. They all plan on attending the celebration of life this weekend to continue honoring Beth and her legacy'.
"And now Beth is going to be placed here too. She feels Beth's spirit around her, the whole family feels Beth will always walk with them as their own angel, and that is a huge comfort for them all", the source says.More news: Alegria advance to AFCON semis after beating Cote d'Ivoire on penalties
Although he was prepared for the terrible possibility of life without his partner, Dog said he refused to let Beth go in the final moments leading up to her death - until she gave him a devastating reality check. She was the youngest person in Colorado to receive her bail agent license, until her stepdaughter, "Dog the Bounty Hunter" co-star "Baby" Lyssa got hers years later. I have to go out on the boat so I can see everybody right, its Hawaiian tradition and style.
She is survived by her two daughters and two sons.More news: Florida issues rabies alert for part of Walt Disney World