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Dog And Beth Chapman Say Screw Cancer - We're Having A Date Night

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As you may already know, Dog the Bounty Hunter's wife Beth Chapman, is battling cancer.

Beth, 51, underwent treatment for throat cancer in 2017, including a 13-hour surgery to remove a tumor in her neck.

After almost a year of being cancer- free, Beth's lawyer, Andrew Brettler, confirmed that her cancer has returned, and that Beth had emergency surgery to remove a cancerous mass in her neck.

Beth is staying strong during her grim battle with cancer. The Dog and Beth: On the Hunt starlet has been sharing updates on her health with her devoted fans, and a meme posted to Instagram proves that she isn't giving up, no matter what.

Beth is a fighter and she isn't about to take this lying down or keep her from enjoying the finer things in life. Also - the bad guys still aren't safe either. Here's a photo from early March of her and Dog as they negotiated the surrender of an accused rapist and fugitive. It was taken while filming their new WGN America Series, "Dogs Most Wanted".

Fwd: BREAKING NEWS ALERT: Dog the Bounty Hunter & his Wife, Beth Chapman, Negotiated the Surrender of an Accused Rapist and Fugitive During Filming of their new WGN America Series, "Dogs Most Wanted"

Posted by Beth Chapman on Friday, March 8, 2019

Dog the Bounty Hunter and his wife were spotted dining out at Avra in Beverly Hills Tuesday night, and she's looking fantastic despite her recent cancer diagnosis.

Beth tells TMZ  "it's an everyday struggle, but I'm hanging in there and choosing to stay positive ... and Dog's by my side."

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Date night with hubs @duanedogchapman

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I think she looks beautiful as always. Beth sported a see-through black top with a glittering silver skirt underneath as she walked beside her husband.

Beth also pointed out that the couple's still doing what they're known for too -- catching criminals on TV.

I'm very happy out here on the road with my honey catching bad guys making memories life's to short to care about the...

Posted by Beth Chapman on Friday, March 8, 2019

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