However, it has been my experience that to get quicks to recede, you have to actually cut the nail back. As in, they are going to bleed, a lot, and it's best done under the care of a veterinarian. Is it possible that just frequent nail trims will really cause the quicks to retreat? Or is that just a good way to bleed a customer for money (not my goal, and I would rather educate them than take their money)? Or is it possible to do it with a grinder, but not nail clippers?
Any advice you have on this is appreciated, so I can best help my customer.