I have a Rhode Island Red that I've had for quite some time now. She is my baby - my absolute favorite. But her toes/nails/feet are all curled up and she limps. A better person would have culled her from the get go but I'm a sucker (I actually posted video of her as a chick because I was concerned). So I kept her and she got along OK. She was able to get to her feed and water no problem - she just hobbled. When we built our coop I even built her tiny stairs to get out easier. (I mentioned she is my baby right?) Anyways. Her nails on that foot are LONG and I should have done something much sooner but I haven't. I need to clip them because they are curling up and under and they'll begin to hurt her soon if I don't. I'm so nervous that I'll hurt her so I figured I'd come here for good detailed instructions. Thanks in advance!