Duane posted a video on social media from Dog and Beth' new reality show, "Dog's Most Wanted" featuring an awesome highlight reel of her best moments.
"There will never be another like you," he captioned the video. "Happy birthday Beth! We [love] you!" he added.
Dog also reposted an image of the himself and Beth from her account. "Sooooo in love with this guy!" it reads, with a photo of the couple standing on their balcony in Hawaii.
Photos From The Past...
It was reported Dog spent Beth's birthday grieving over her death. He was back home in Denver, Colorado going through photos of them.
The day was filled with a few tears, and Dog reached out to a few children and a few others to reminisce about their lives with Beth.
Beth, passed away in June after a long battle with throat cancer.
We broke the story, Beth had been fighting the disease when a tumor began to obstruct her breathing requiring emergency surgery. She was told the cancer had returned.
Beth Chapman passed away in a Hawaiian hospital with Dog and her kids by her side.
The Final Hunt
Dog has been fighting his own medical issues. Chapman was hospitalized recently with what they thought was a heart attack.
He revealed in September on the "Dr. Oz" show that he suffered a pulmonary embolism.
Duane revealed the life-threatening condition described the condition as where "clots block blood flow."
The new show 'Dog's Most Wanted' shared Beth's final hunt with Dog.
In several heartbreaking moments, the show shared Dog's thought on not doing this job with Beth at some point... "saying, "I'm not going to think about Beth never being there, cause she'll always be there."
In the show, Beth tells the the bounty hunting group, struggling to catch her breath, "I have no breath, no air, and no time."
"We're just going to have fun and love each other, and when it ends it ends," Beth told producers about her last days.
Beth's Final Moments
During Beth's hospitalization, Dog is seen on the show holding his wife's hand as she fights for her life.
After Beth's death, Dog the Bounty Hunter fought back tears while holding a brief press conference in front of the couple's Hawaii home. He was joined by family members, and the group had a paddle out in her honor.
"Dog's Most Wanted" gave fans an inside look on Beth's life as she battled cancer. And that is exactly what she wanted.
Beth explained, in the show she was determined to not let cancer turn her into a person, "laying in that bed."
She went to great lengths to make sure she looked fabulous while fighting the terrible illness.
One of the hardest issues to deal with was the hair loss.
The late reality star told cameras she was able to get her extensions sewn in before she starting the chemotherapy. The great part was that allowed her to still take part in her normal daily beauty regiment like doing her hair.