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Dog The Bounty Hunter Hospitalized for Possible Heart Attack, Undergoing Tests

Mike Walters

Dog The Bounty Hunter was hospitalized over the weekend after the reality star believed he may have been suffering from a heart attack.

Our sources say, the "Dog's Most Wanted" star felt he was experiencing a medical emergency due to a pain in his chest, so he was rushed to a hospital from his home in Colorado.

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We're told Dog is now doing "fine," but has remained hospitalized while doctors perform tests to determine exactly what went wrong.

Sources close to the situation tell us members of the Chapman family is with Dog at the hospital, and everyone is praying for a full recovery.

The news is crushing for the Chapman family, who are still mourning the loss of their matriarch, Beth Chapman.

Beth's battle with cancer has been a focal point of their new reality show, and highlights the late reality star's determination to not only deal with her illness, but also make sure her family is set up for success after she is gone.

Since her death, the Chapman family has been dealing with other troubles, including a burglary at their memorabilia store in Edgewater, CO.

The Blast broke the story regarding the break-in, and unfortunately resulted in the store getting trashed.

While the first two episodes of "Dog's Most Wanted" has already aired, the bounty hunting reality star has been on a whirlwind publicity tour around the country as he helps promote the WGN America show.

Dog has not yet given a personal update since he was hospitalized.