The main character's cat, Frances, is killed and hung as a warning.
True Grit (1969)
Several horses are shot and the female lead's horse dies of exhaustion.
True Grit (2010)
The female lead's horse is shot and killed after it collapses from exhaustion.
The dog lives because it runs away just before the bad guys arrive.
The sounds of a dog being beaten off-screen are heard and then the dog is seen crawling on its belly as if its back is broken. We don't see it die but it would be unlikely to survive in that situation.
At least one dog dies: a poodle is beheaded.
A dog is locked out of a cellar during a tornado but is let in at the last moment and survives. Later another dog goes through another tornado and survives unharmed. (We've got cows! CGI cow(s) are seen flying during a twister.)
Two dogs die in this movie. The first is kicked to death by its owner. The second is beheaded after it mauls a child.
Flying poodles are thrown from a window and we hear a thud - apparently they couldn't fly after all and are injured at the very least. A turtle - nature's suction cup - is thrown at the ceiling and sticks. A dog is tossed in a punch bowl and is unharmed. A man threatens to club a baby seal.
Though the dog Flike faces some scary situations, he does not die.
A seagull, a shark and a fish are killed and eaten. The seagull's death is particularly violent.
Under the Bed
The stalker videos while he wrestles the dog into a garbage bag and then proceeds to bury the dog alive in the backyard.
A superhero dog is injured at at one point it appears that he has died but he lives.
Up in Smoke
A drug-sniffing German Shepherd dog is seen lying stiffly on its back with its legs in the air and it is implied that it perhaps died of a marijuana overdose. A talking bird is shot and killed offscreen (a puff of feathers is seen). Nothing happens to the dog that steals Chong's burrito.
A dog is killed by being cooked in a microwave.
In one video of this horror flick anthology, there is an alien abduction of three or four teenagers. When the last teen is abducted, he holds the dog as he floats towards the UFO. He eventually drops the dog and the camera attached to the dog. Once they both land, the camera faces the dog and we watch the dog die. It is a very gruesome scene.
A squirrel is bitten by Edward and appears to be dead, but wakes up again now being a vampire squirrel. We see the skeleton of a pet hamster who has not been fed and died of starvation (we never see it alive). Jacob transforms into a were-chihuahua but nothing happens to him.
A cat is used as a decoy in one of several trash cans. The bad guy shoots the trash can that moves (on account of the cat) but the cat survives and runs off.
In a very brief shot, a cat is seen licking blood off the floor. Nothing else happens to it. Numerous demonic crows appear and they get shot at at least once, but the bullets don't seem to have much affect.
None of the royal dogs that appear in the film come to any harm.
WALL-E's pet cockroach is shot by a laser but is quickly shown to have survived. he also gets run over twice by WALL-E but survives both times.