A Is for Acid
An old and ill dog is taken away by a vet. It is implied that it is either about to die or is going to be euthanized.
A Man Alone
The hero's horse breaks a leg so he must shoot it.
A Million Ways to Die in the West
A bad guy threatens to plug (aka shoot) Plugger the dog unless his wife tells him who she has been dating. She gives in and the dog lives.
A Most Violent Year
A deer is hit by a car, severely injured, and is then shot several times and killed.
A Single Man
A dead dog is seen lying in the snow after a car accident.
A Walk Among the Tombstones
After disappearing into another room, a Rottweiler named Watson is seen lying on the floor with his leg twitching, apparently dying. However, the next day he is seen and seems to be fine, so his condition was only temporary (perhaps he was given a tranquilizer, though it is never explained).
Mixed puppy goes insane with signs of rabies and is killed by a hit with a metal baseball bat.
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
A herd of computer generated horses stampede near a cliff. A few horses are tumbled about but none die or fall off the cliff.
Ace Ventura: Pet Detective
A dolphin is kidnapped but is later recovered, unharmed. Many pets appear in the film and none of them are harmed either.
Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls
In a parody of Cliffhanger, a racoon falls from a mountain to its death. Otherwise, taxidermy animals are seen, a dead zebra is eaten, an alligator is wrestled and an albino bat is manhandled but survives.
Addams Family Values
The family buries a box that meows (we don't see the actual cat). We don't see them dig it back up again so the cat probably did not survive.
Greyhounds Gloria and Betty appear in only one scene. They're fine, except for maybe being a bit hungry. In another scene, a cow gives birth.
Afraid of the Dark
A dog is killed by being stabbed through the eye with a knitting needle.
This film is a documentary, so all animal action is real. Two cheetah cubs vanish and are presumed to have been killed by hyenas. A mother lion is injured and later dies.
When a giant eagle and a boy fight to defend the eagle's nest from jungle cats, the eagle's chicks end up dead. The mother eagle later dies saving the life of the boy.
Airplane II: The Sequel
Scraps the dog is shot, but it turns out the bullets were blanks and he was faking. Later, Scraps catches a briefcase containing a bomb. He is unhurt. A woman flirts with a donkey.
Shep the dog attacks a man. The dog is not hurt. A horse is seen briefly, sleeping in a bed with a woman. A Dalmatian barks from a fire truck.
The cat survives the alien attack unharmed.
The nameless Doberman seen at the beginning of the film is killed by a Xenomorph Chestburster that had been implanted in him. His death occurs during the funeral scene, with shots cutting away from the funeral to show a second of the death and promptly cutting back.
In the original theatrical version, a dog dies when an alien bursts out of it. In a later recut version, it is an ox that dies instead.