Beth Chapman has been in the bail bonds business for over 20 years, where she has owned and operated numerous bail bond businesses nationwide. Having become a licensed bondsman at the tender age of 21, which at the time made her the youngest person licensed in Colorado, Beth is a seasoned professional in the business and an expert in pre-trial release. Following nearly a decade on the hit reality show Dog the Bounty Hunter, Beth has been tracking down the world's most sought-after criminals and bringing them to justice. This year, Beth and her husband Dog are back with a vengeance in their new series, Dog and Beth: On the Hunt, on CMT. Bold, blond and brave, these two continue to hone in on their niche for uncovering fugitives amidst the wildest of scenarios to keep our streets safe. Beth's initial reason for working in bail bonds was none other than Dog, the best bounty hunter in Denver. Beth attributes her unyielding outlook on life to her mother and feels blessed to have been able to overcome adversities in her life and to be in the position to help others do the same. She's a firm believer that life is all about a second chance.
In addition to bail bonds and bounty hunting, Beth is the acting president of the Hawaii Bail Bonds Association, a certified A.D.A.D (Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor) for the Arapahoe House Foundation and owns and operates several retail and online stores. She was elected to serve as the senior vice president of the Professional Bail Agents of the United States (PBUS), who serve 15,000 bail agents across the nation and have been instrumental in stopping the SB186 in the Colorado General Assembly. She also served on the board of Professional Bail Agents of Colorado (PBAC). A registered lobbyist, she remains politically active, fighting for bail bondsman's rights. Beth also donates her time to support many charities worldwide such as the Mooseheart Child City & School, the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation, a nonprofit organization designated to finding a cure for breast cancer. Beth is married to Duane "Dog" Chapman and is the mother of four children.