I have a newly hatched sebright chick that is not doing well. She was the first of the whole bunch to pip but the last to hatch. It turned out, she had her "cord" wrapped around her neck (I guess much the way human babies can sometimes be). As she was crawling around, she crawled over another egg in the bator and detached her cord from the tiny yolk sac/placenta she was still absorbing. It came off. She has done pretty good until about 2 hours ago & now she is laying on the bottom of the brooder and having trouble breathing and is panting with her little beak open. I think she needs to be dispatched. What is the quickest, easiest, most painless way? The only scissors I have here are kinda crappy and not very sharp.