Dr. Felicity Banks

Meet our Vet

Our veterinarian, Dr Felicity Banks, is a small animal veterinarian with over twelve years experience in general practice. She has a special interest in animal nutrition, preventative medicine and holistic care for pets. Here she shares a bit about herself and why she chose to work with 4Legs.

My name is Felicity Banks and am the resident vet here at 4Legs. I was drawn to 4Legs because of their commitment to natural additive-free pet food made from high quality ingredients.

I've been feeding my dogs 4Legs since 1997, so I was a big fan of the brand before I became part of the team. I became a brand ambassador in 2012, before officially joining the 4Legs family in 2016.

I am passionate (perhaps obsessive!) about animals and proper nutrition for my whole family, including my own pets and young children. I am also a real person with a real job and a busy family. Pet owners are often busy people, just like me, and as a vet I feel that access to convenient pet food that is not over-processed junk is extremely important for the health of our pets.

For me, the opportunity to become part of a team that made real, minimally processed pet food was too good to refuse and after several years with 4Legs, I have a true passion and enthusiasm for the food we make and a strong belief in the quality of our products. It is my mission, along with 4Legs, to continue to provide fresh, natural pet food alternatives that are actually good for our pets.

Credentials

Dr. Felicity Banks holds a Bachelor of Veterinary Science and a Bachelor of Science (Zoology) from the University of Melbourne, a Graduate Diploma of Research Methods from James Cook University and a Certificate in Natural Animal Nutrition from the College of Integrated Veterinary Therapy.

Bachelor of Veterinary Science – University of Melbourne
Bachelor of Science (Zoology) – University of Melbourne
Graduate Diploma of Research Methods (Biology) – James Cook University
Certificate in Natural Animal Nutrition – College of Integrated Veterinary Therapy

Dr. Felicity Banks with one of her dogs