Animal Welfare, as defined by the American Veterinary Medical Association, is a human responsibility that encompasses all aspects of animal well-being, including proper housing, management, disease prevention and treatment, responsible care, humane handling, and, when necessary, humane euthansia.

1.Animal welfare activists want to improve the treatment and well-being of animals working with humans and in the wild.

2. Animal welfare activists believe that humans can interact with animals in entertainment, industry, sport and recreation, but should be regulated.

3. Animal welfare groups uses scientific evidence and information to base animal care and handling guidelines.


1. Animal Rights is a view that animals have rights similar or the same as humans.

2. Animal Rights activists believe that humans do not have the right to use animals at all.

3. Animal rights activist support laws and regulations that would prohibit pet stores,kennels,breeders, rodeos, horse racing, circuses, hunting, life-saving medical research using animals, raising of livestock for food, petting zoos, marine parks ,and any use of animals for industry, entertainment, sport or recreation.

4. Animal rights activist believe that violence, misinformation and publicity stunts are valid uses of funding donated to their tax-exempt organizations for the purpose of helping animals. Vandalism and assault are common tactics used by Animal Rights Groups and Activists.