Top 5 Times Dog The Bounty Hunter's Wife Beth Chapman Won Over The Internet

Dog the Bounty Hunter and his wife Beth Chapman were dealt a heavy blow last year when the family learned that Beth's throat cancer had returned.

Doctors discovered the cancer during an emergency surgery in November of 2018 and, ever since then, the fierce bounty hunter has been struggling to fight the disease. Beth has undergone chemotherapy, as well as an array of alternative treatments, trying everything under the sun in order to save her life.

These last few months have been extremely trying for Dog and his wife. Amid the cancer battle, the couple suffered a heartbreaking loss when their treasured dog LBJ passed away at the end of January following a difficult surgery, as reported by the Inquisitr at the time.

Despite the dark times that the bounty hunters have been facing, the couple found a glimmer of hope and happiness in the birth of their first great-grandchild last month. Meanwhile, their fans have stuck by Beth and Dog – whose name is Duane Lee Chapman – through both the good times and the bad times.

Basking in the love and devotion of her family, and showered with the affection and support of her many fans, Beth has remained active on social media throughout her ordeal, proving that she still has plenty of spark left in her.

Here are the top 5 times Beth Chapman won over the internet with her sparkling personality.

The bubbling TV star showed that nothing can bring her down after sharing a very uplifting selfie shortly after her first chemo treatment. In the photo, Beth proudly flaunts her golden locks and tells her fans that she's not afraid to lose her hair as a result of chemotherapy.

Beth celebrated the grand occasion with a lovely set of photos, which she posted on Instagram along with a heartwarming message for all of her family, per a previous report from the Inquisitr.

Earlier this week, Beth took to Twitter to clap back at the Hawaii-based radio station for constantly harassing her family, and her in particular, the Inquisitr reported on Wednesday.