Quaise was born deformed, I obtained her from a breeder to have as a pet vs let her be culled. One eye is remarkably too far forward and the top beak curves sharply. She has done well and is an egg laying adult now but her beak gives her issues, I continually trim the tips off the upper and lower beak to help with how badly scissored they have become as she aged, but now I cannot seem to cut as much without bleeding which leaves the top beak dangerously hooked... and today I found her stuck with her beak hooked in the wire of the pen, this is getting dangerous! I am thinking that I really need to all out debeak her to fix this once and for all, but won't it bleed an awful lot to take off the end of her beak? I already cut a little too far once before and it bled quite a lot. How do I do this safely? How do I control the bleeding and just how much do I cut off?