WASHINGTON — Reality TV star Duane Chapman did not have a heart attack according to an US Weekly source. A representative for reality TV star Duane Chapman told the magazine “Dog is back at home and resting comfortably.”

"Dog's Most Wanted" star Duane "Dog" Chapman, known for his long-running reality TV show "Dog the Bounty Hunter," was hospitalized due to a heart emergency, according to multiple reports. 

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Dog the Bounty Hunter, Duane Chapman in Malone, New York.
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A representative for the reality show star released a statement on twitter saying, "I can confirm Dog is under doctor's care and is resting comfortably. Thank you for all of your well wishes- keep 'em coming." 

TMZ reported earlier that Chapman was taken to the hospital from his Colorado home for chest pain, and that he may have suffered a heart attack. TMZ later confirmed through sources that Chapman's doctors determined, after an angiogram returned normal results, he did not have a heart attack. 

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Duane Chapman's hospitalization comes just three months after his wife, Beth Chapman, died after battling throat cancer. She was 51. 

His show, "Dog's Most Wanted," currently airs on WGN America.