DOG the Bounty Hunter is hunkering down in Colorado and warning fans to ‘stay safe’ from coronavirus.

A fan posted Dog, Duane Chapman, is "still catching bad guys" even amid the spread of the pandemic.

A fan shared a picture with Dog captioning the Instagram post: "DOG The Bounty Hunter says stay safe out there.

"He is still catching bad guys. He had lunch next to me today at Dream Pastries and we talked for a bit.

"Gotta love The Dog."

Earlier this week, Dog was continuing to promote his upcoming shows for later this year, despite the ongoing virus spread.

The 67-year-old posted on Instagram how excited he wad to be  heading to the UK later this year to do meet and greets with fans.

The reality TV star will be heading to Scotland in October for his first ever appearance there.

He seems to so far be undeterred by the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.

But he and his team have also implored fans to self-isolate in order to stay safe and avoid spreading the virus.

He wrote: "Stay at home, #dontbeaspreader," they wrote whilst re-sharing a post from another profile. "Stay home if you can."

Many Americans are preparing for a possible US lockdown as cities and states nationwide start to impose curfews.

President Donald Trump urged people to avoid eating at bars, groups of 10 or more, unnecessary travel and going to school amid the coronavirus pandemic.

As for Dog, he's already back in Hawaii with his family, reunited with his daughters Lyssa and Cecily.

The photo showing how he and Lyssa have moved on from their recent fall out.

This is Duane’s first trip back to Hawaii since his wife Beth died this past June after an 18-month battle with lung cancer.

During the visit he reconnected with his daughters and his grandkids, Dakota and Madalynn, at a rehab charity event.

Sources told The Sun the family just wants to move on after months of drama.

A source said: "Dog and Lyssa have always had their ups and downs like any family does.

"Right now they just want to put all the drama of the past few months in the past and move on.

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