Sonya Fitzpatrick, The Pet Psychic, On HGTV and Appearing at Project Derek Dog Houston


The most famous animal communicator in the world actually resides in Houston and will be making a special appearance this weekend at Project Derek Dog,, Houston PetTalk, along with other sponsors such as Baccarat, Rover Oaks Pet Resort, The Chocolate Bar and others are poised to host a fun competition to select the Derek Dog. For a little fun, Sonya will make anĀ appearanceĀ and “read” a few dogs from the audience and visit with the VIP guests.

Quite the busy celeb, Sonya will also be on HGTV’s “Leader of the Pack” this Sunday evening May 3rd at 8:00 PM e/p, May 3rd at12:00 AM e/p, and the episode re-airs on Sunday May 10th at 5:00 PM e/p. Check your local listings for channel and broadcast times in your area.

7 Responses to Sonya Fitzpatrick, The Pet Psychic, On HGTV and Appearing at Project Derek Dog Houston

  1. Chery Esau

    January 3, 2010 at 9:17 pm

    I watched Sonya several years ago, and her program went off. I was
    quite disappointed. It was a happy day to see her return on Animal
    Planet yesterday

  2. Cameron Rogers

    May 23, 2010 at 11:31 am

    What i know is that there are real pyschics and bogus pyschics that just wants your money.;.,

  3. Outdoor Rugs 

    October 13, 2010 at 2:49 am

    i have a friend who is a psychic, she is great in prediction and also in remote viewing”‘*

  4. Sharon & Sylvia

    December 30, 2010 at 7:04 am

    My beloved Sonya,

    You have been a true inspiration to me. You are my HERO! I was very disappointed to see your show was discontinued and wanted to find you somewhere. Sonya, I was living in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and then lost you when I moved to Houston, TX and I didn’t have the nerve to ask about my little Pugahua named Joey, then when I was living there and blessed with Joey from Smart Rescue. My good friends their let me take him and when I left my husband who didn’t appreciate his courage and spirit, we (Joey and I) moved to Vernon, BC, Canada. He didn’t like the snow but I got him a bed warmer and he adapted. He always threatened to bite everyone but me, but he was a warrior with a Grisly Bear Heart, and I loved him so much, and miss him terribly now that he’s gone. His spirit lives on with the plants and gods big and small. The clouds in the sky over Vernon reflected his spirit and the native indians recognized his spirit.

    My mother got a puppy for me this spring, and I named her Jenny. She was taken from my mother’s car while she was paying for gas in Enderby, BC. Jenny was a Multi-poo with a cute little belly that had a world map on it. She was as cute as could be with the best and most sweet dog in the universe. She would lay on her back and show you her tommy as soon as you approached her and do a little thumper twitter with her right hind leg. It was the sweetest thing ever…just like “Thumper”. So cute. I can’t image some drug dealers stealing her and then discarding her. Please let us know if she has a home or if she is dead. That is all my Mother needs to know. She is 86.

    We don’t know what happened to her and my Mother of 76 is heart sick from this and has suffered severely emotionally and physically, and so has her companion puppy only one month older named, Babe who is a Poodle Cross as well. They were one month apart, and loved each other so much. Babe is distressed and lost as well. Would Ms. Tanya be willing to take on this HEART BREAKING tragedy to solve the mystery or what happen to our beloved little Jenny? Please let us know when time is available for us.

    Thank you so very much for you time and consideration,

    God bless you and keep you well always,
    for your services to all of us who are animal hearted like you!

    Rose of Sharon & Sylvia Stewart

  5. Ginger Chachere

    March 6, 2011 at 4:01 pm

    I am trying to get in touch with Ms. Sonia. I wanted to ask if I can make an appointment for her to speak with my cat, Elvis the Pelvis. He was in a stray injured cat in my flower bed 7 years ago and had been hit with a baseball bat on his pelvis by some bad kids. I took him to the vet, they xrayed him, medicated him etc. I nursed him back to health, and he is just the sweetest cat ever. This is my problem, several times a week he will poop and pee on the area rugs in the entry and under the dinning room table. The smell is terrible. I can’t understand why he would do this. He has 2 litter boxes in 2 different areas of the house that are cleaned out twice a day. I am now at the point I must get new flooring and want to see if he can stop this bad habit.
    Thank you,

  6. mmantor

    March 7, 2011 at 1:02 pm

    She has a website with her contact info..just google Sonya Fitzpatrick.

  7. Lynda Nagel

    October 27, 2012 at 6:22 pm

    Hello, I just wanted to say, I’m to poor to ever see or talk to you. It makes me very Sad. I pray you could meet my babys. espesially my dog Shylo Marie. I have a disability. and Shylo is my everything! my life. I am a fan. Happy Halloween. <3 us