Personally, I would use clippers first (because they are fastest), just one clip to get a chunk of the thin/clear part off the tip. If it's clear, you can be sure it has no blood and no nerves.thanks. i will try all of these, except the clippers, because i don't want to hurt her. ill post another picture because i said i would, and then i will start filing
i keep you updated. especially if it grows back. i don't think it will, but just saying, i think the crack in her beak goes up too far to file
Yeah, that most likely is why she's having issues eating. Since she has a beak deformity, I would offer the feed in a container so that is easier to get a beak full. They have containers that can hook right onto the fencing.i just scatter crumbled layer pellets on the ground.