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They should be able to do that easily. But they might just put a new heal on rather than cutting it. There aren't may shoe repair places left, but I've been to them before. Like I've had my hiking boots completely re-soled. It was cheaper than buying new boots, and I didn't have to break them in again.
Since there aren't many left, the first thing you need to do is find one. Then give them a call. They can probably give you a good idea what they can do and the cost without seeing the shoe.