CUTE: Armadillo hit by a car in Wichita Falls heals at Amarillo rehab center

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WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — The Armadillo that came into care from Kemp Wildlife Rehabilitation & Release is doing great. The Armadillo was missing a portion of his shell from being hit by a car. Dr. Wolf at Canyon Road Animal Hospital started him on antibiotics.

The armadillo was treated to prevent infection but the owners had no experience with mending his shell, which pieces had fallen off.
The owners learned there is minor fur under that armor when the pieces fell off. Stephanie Brady at Wild West Wildlife Rehabilitation Center says “the prognosis is good for this big guy. He will start with hydrotherapy (twice a day) on his (open) wounds.”

Huge thank you to Dr. Wolfe and also Stephanie at Wild West Wildlife Rehabilitation Centerrehab. My husband Jesse drove…

Posted by Kemp Wildlife Rehabilitation & Release on Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Superworm donations from an Amazon wish list for the badly injured armadillo were sought out.

Who can bless our badly injured armadillo with superworms from our Amazon wish list? We are completely out and really could use the help with this beautiful animal.http://a.co/dM83cEA

Posted by Kemp Wildlife Rehabilitation & Release on Thursday, August 8, 2019

The armadillo had to be tube-fed when he first arrived because he wouldn’t eat.

Now he eats on his own and loves super worms during his spa treatments. #spoiledarmadillo

Update: The Armadillo that came into care from Kemp Wildlife Rehabilitation & Release is doing great. His large wound…

Posted by Wild West Wildlife Rehabilitation Center on Wednesday, August 28, 2019

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