Over to you for the hard work
There are many things that you can do to help your pet that is displaying behavioural problems. The point is that it is YOU that has to help them and this takes persistence, patience and desire to really want to sort out the problem.
Sometimes clients ask can I sort it out for them and the general answer is no! or unless you want to pay for me to visit every day and teach you daily how to change your pets behaviour.
There are no quick fixes out there contrary to some television programmes leading us to believe so. Neither does sending you animal off to someone else to train them, it is still you that has to be responsible for their behaviour and be able to put in the time with them and continue the training once they come home.
There is nothing more frustrating than seeing a pet suffer because the owner isn't willing to put the time in. It isn't the poor animals fault and sometimes it can be a miss match of the type of animal you have chosen but not doing anything about is a really sad situation. Animals can be such a positive addition to your life and just because you are having a blip of behaviour doesn't mean that you can't improve the situation, you just need to put some good old fashioned hard work in.