Canine the Bounty Hunter took the time to pose for a photograph whereas holding up a paper that learn ‘I’m Alive!’ on it on Nov. 20 after rumors started to swirl that he suffered from a second pulmonary embolism.
Duane “Canine the Bounty Hunter” Chapman, 66, desires everybody to know he’s alive and effectively! The widower of the late Beth Chapman, who died of lung most cancers in June, posed for a photograph on Nov. 20 that proved he’s up and about after followers feared he was within the hospital once more with a second pulmonary embolism. Within the picture, which was posted by TMZ, he held up a white paper that learn, “I’M ALIVE!” in a single hand and the Denver Put up newspaper within the different. Take a look at the pic of Canine HERE!
Canine posed for the pic simply earlier than he was prepared to move out to a exercise, the outlet reported. After getting a ton of notifications from involved followers who thought he was in dangerous well being on social media, he determined to place their worries to relaxation by not solely telling everybody he’s alright, however displaying it with the snapshot.
The priority for Canine comes after he was admitted to a hospital in Sept. for what initially was stated to be a “coronary heart emergency” and was later identified as pulmonary embolism, a situation wherein a number of of the arteries within the lungs is blocked by a blood clot. The situation could be life threatening however fortunately docs helped Canine when he wanted it most. The favored actuality TV star went on to seem on The Dr. Oz Present in Nov. to do a scan of his lungs and clarify what it was that brought about the pulmonary embolism and what he can do to stop it from taking place once more. He additionally opened up about his ideas with the prognosis and what the docs did when he was hospitalized.