I have a Silver Spangled Hamburg Rooster who is several years old that has extremely overgrown spurs. In the past it seemed as if they naturally wore down and sloughed off with no issue. At this time they are very long and appear to be thick like that of a pencil. I am leary to actually cut them as I don't know where a quick or vessel would be.. any experiences or suggestions.. I do have blood stop powder.. This is the only rooster I have that has these gargantuous spurs.. they are not even lethal looking just silly looking like some of those guiness book fingernail people He is a very friendly rooster but it appears that because of the size of his spurs he sometimes has trouble running/roosting etc. Appreciate any assistance!