In the third season of Dog The Bounty Hunter, we get a further glimpse into the everyday life of the utterly unique Chapman family. Their company, Da Kine Bail Bonds, gives new meaning to the term family business: Dog, Beth, and the rest of the crew — which now includes daughter Lyssa — spend their time tracking down fugitives. As usual, they're always hard at work, even spending Christmas and Valentine's Day hunting down criminals. There are rough patches, such as when the family's former housekeeper runs afoul of the law and they must bring her in. In the third season, the hard-as-nails bounty hunters also show their softer sides, lending a helping hand wherever they can, and a wedding between Dog and Beth brings everyone together again. While it's clear that Da Kine Bail Bonds is a family affair, it's also clear that it's Dog and Beth who keep both the business and the family running.