Have you ever wondered what your pet was thinking or what the dog next door was feeling? Would you like a better relationship with your own pet? In this episode I will be speaking with one of the most trusted animal communicators in the world, Sonya Fitzpatrick. We will find out why its important to understand the animals perspective and find out more about how Sonya’s work empowers pet owners.
Sonya offers us comfort with her understanding of the afterlife of animals. Did you know animals share with humans and even other animals? She also shares how animals are capable of communicating their thoughts and feelings just as humans do, so I was able to get some insight into my new puppy Winston. He is with me in the studio and we get some advice from Sonya on some behavior issues.
Sonya Fitzpatrick guest stars on the Steve Harvey Show. Sonya sits down with Steve Harvey, Steve’s wife Marjorie and three of the couple’s five dogs. Steve’s dog Chocolate expresses his dislike of their current hardwood floors, and requests carpet instead.
I am going to begin this post with something that the vast majority of you already know: losing a beloved pet is one of the most awful experiences that we will endure in our lives.
When my beloved “Soul Kitty” (Bobo) passed at the age of 18 in 2007 I felt as if he had taken my heart and soul with him.
Sonya Fitzpatrick was born with a hearing loss, and as a child, she found that she could communicate with animals better than she could with humans. Now, she says, she uses her gift to help people around the world to understand their beloved pets.
These days, your arms feel awfully empty. The house is too quiet and tidy. There’s no click-click-click of toenails on the floor, no slobbered water, no toys strewn about, no kibble to clean up. You even miss those shedded little hairs.
Your pet is gone, and you’re left with a tagged collar and lots of questions.
In her new book ‘There are no Sad Dogs in Heaven’, famous pet psychic Sonya Fitzpatrick gives messages of hope to pet owners. Fitzpatrick reassures readers that not only do our pets live on in spirit when they die, but they also stay near us.
The loss of a beloved pet can be nearly impossible to bear. But in her new book, “There Are No Sad Dogs in Heaven,” celebrity pet psychic Sonya Fitzpatrick reassures grieving animal lovers that “our furry, feathered or scaled friends are OK, wherever they are.”
Numerous books describe experiences of human beings who have temporarily died and experienced what all refer to as an “afterlife.” Now Sonya Fitzpatrick, a “pet psychic,” offers comfort to the innumerable pet owners who have experienced the devastating loss of a beloved animal.
Ever wonder what your dog or cat is really thinking? Just ask pet psychic Sonya Fitzpatrick, author of the upcoming book There Are No Sad Dogs in Heaven. You may know Fitzpatrick from her former Animal Planet series,The Pet Psychic, or her Sirius-XM show, Animal Intuition.
I first became aware of Sonya Fitzpatrick while driving in my car, when I happened upon her radio show, Animal Intuition, which airs on Sirius-XM Sunday from 5-7 p.m. ET. It’s fascinating to listen as Sonya helps callers understand their pets.
On this Pet World Radio Segment talk with our good friend Author, Animal Communicator and Animal Activist Sonya Fitzpatrick about her new book “There Are No Sad Dogs In Heaven” & So Much More…
Enjoy this Pet World Radio Segment in case a station near you does not currently carry Pet World Radio on the EMB or CRN networks!
Folks like Tori Spelling, Rosie O’Donnell and Ellen DeGeneres have received readings for their animals from pet psychic Sonya Fitzpatrick. It could be your turn during Fitzpatrick’s debut “Pet Talk” workshop on Saturday, February 23, in Houston.
Sonya Fitzpatrick didn’t speak a word until she was five years old. But she still did a lot of communicating. It just happened to be with the animals on her family farm in the English countryside. Sonya was born with hearing problems – yet she was able to talk to dogs, cats and other animals.
Steve Harvey’s dog says he wants new flooring.
For Monday’s episode of Steve Harvey, the talk show host and his wife Marjorie sat down with pet psychic Sonya Fitzpatrick and learned that their dog Chocolate doesn’t like the hardwood floors that cover their Chicago home.
All week long, “Live With Kelly” has been showcasing the talents of some of the best psychic mediums in the biz. After meeting with Char, Long Island medium Teresa Caputo, and Sylvia Browne, Psychic Week wrapped up today when Kelly and Michael got to chat with pet psychic Sonya Fitzpatrick.
“Hello, David. Darling, how are you?”
Her voice is an embrace that is warm and womanly. The words, silkily musical in shapes of violet, sparkles of silver in sunlight, are as instantly recognizable as the fragrance of fine French perfume.
I was having a chat with Sonya Fitzpatrick before I interviewed her, when she started to talk about my three babies, my cats. She doesn’t know anything about me, but she described my cats as if she knew them.
Sonya Fitzpatrick, as documented in this week’s cover story, knows what your dog, cat, bird or frog is thinking. If you happen to have a bear or tiger as a pet, the famous animal communicator could let you know what those beasts are feeling, too.
Animal communicator Sonya Fitzpatrick’s new Sirius Satellite Radio show is called “Animal Intuition.”
It gives Fitzpatrick, formerly on “Animal Planet,” a platform to challenge manufacturers whom she believes create harmful products for pets. The Denver Post reached her on the telephone to find out more.
Dear Dog Lady: My partner and I like to entertain, but our parties seem to drive our little Yorkipoo, Prunella, nuts. Recently, when Jeff had his office colleagues over for cocktails, Prunie vanished. Jeff wanted to show her off and called for her constantly but she didn’t budge from her hiding place.
Ever wish you could ask your dog what’s on her mind? Or talk to your cat who has passed on?
Sonya Fitzpatrick says she can, and I must say the celebrity animal communicator is pretty convincing.
Sonya Fitzpatrick is a familiar face to creatures of both the two- and four-legged varieties.
That is thanks in part to the popularity of her Animal Planet TV series, The Pet Psychic, where believers and skeptics alike watched as Fitzpatrick chatted with everything from cats to camels and relayed messages from them to their owners.
Surprise! Salem from Sabrina, the Teenage Witch isn’t TV’s only talking pet. As hostess of Animal Planet’s The Pet Psychic airing Mondays at 8 pm/ET and Sundays at 1 pm/ET . Sonya Fitzpatrick chats with plenty of animals who’ve got dirt to dish on their owners.
Can humans actually communicate with animals? Can we know what animals are feeling? Sonya Fitzpatrick, a modern day Dr. Doolittle thinks so. The Animal Planet’s Pet Psychic believes they communicate with pictures and feelings that they send telepathically to each other and to her.
The pet psychic, Sonya Fitzgerald, claims she can “talk” to all kinds of animals.
Sonya Fitzpatrick – the woman known as “the pet psychic” whose special drew such big numbers for Animal Planet that they gave her a regular hour-long show – has the magic ingredients for a hit: pets, paranormal chats and a sense of humor about it all.
If Sonya Fitzpatrick could read TV’s tea leaves, she could already tell us whether her new 13-episode Animal Planet series, The Pet Psychic (premiering tonight, 8 ET/PT), is going to be successful.
Move over, John Edward. Red Rover’s comin’ through. The Pet Psychic is here. Watch it with your dogs, cats or critters.
Sonya Fitzpatrick of The Woodlands connects with a feathered friend on The Pet Psychic on Animal Planet. From rabbits and dogs to a 500-pound alligator, Fitzpatrick lends an ear to animals and their human companions.
What is going through your cat’s head just as it gets ready to jump on the kitchen counter? Why does it do it? Is it looking for food – or attention? Does your dog really know you love it like a best friend? Do you really treat it like a member of the family?