A zombie encounters into some goats but does not eat them.
The dog jumps out of an open second-story window and falls to the ground. He is injured but recovers. Later he jumps through a closed window but appears unharmed. He is then thrown into a car windshield and injured again but survives and is alive at the end of the film.
German Shepherd dogs are killed.
Water for Elephants
An elephant is beaten with a bull hook and a fatally injured horse is killed with a gun (shooting is off-screen). The dog Queenie does not die.
Animated. Many rabbits are killed - gassed, shot, strangled by snares, mutilated and abused by other rabbits, and torn apart by a dog.
We Bought a Zoo
An ailing and elderly tiger is euthanized off-screen (we see them make the decision to put it down then later see a plaque dedicated to the tiger's memory).
Piglets are shown hung; this is not simulated. The mother pig then panics and slips into a mudbank, drowning. Earlier in the film a hen is beheaded. The film also heavily focuses on bestiality, as the main human character has sexual relations with a pig.
Welcome to Me
The main character adopts Godzilla and two other dogs and then neuters them herself on her TV show, which seems to distress her audience. We see shots of the unconscious dogs and of the surgery. All the dogs survive.
Welcome to the Punch
A pug appears in a blink-and-you'll-miss-it cameo and, unlike every other character in the film, never has a gun pointed at it.
Wendy and Lucy
The dog Lucy disappears but by the end of the film we find that she is alive and unharmed.
What Dreams May Come
In a flashback, we see the sick and elderly Dalmatian Katie as her family is getting ready to have her euthanized. Later Katie is seen in heaven, young and well. Another dog, Ginger, is seen briefly but doesn't die.
What Just Happened
What Just Happened deals directly with dogs dying in movies. At the beginning of the film, an audience at a movie screening gasps when a dog is shown being shot through the head. A moment later the dying dog is seen twitching. Because of the audience's distaste at seeing the dog die, the scene is edited so that the dog lives. But when the movie is screened again at the end, the dead dog scene has been added back in and has been changed to add multiple gunshots, extra splatter and more gore.
When Night Is Falling
Bob the dog is killed by a car early in the film then stored in the refrigerator. At the end of the film he somehow miraculously comes back to life.
Where Do We Go Now?
A pet goat named Brigitte is killed by a land mine off-screen. We see her being slaughtered and roasted.
Where the Wild Things Are
A boy chases a dog with a fork and then wrestles with it. A raccoon named Richard is thrown at a wild thing and is later seen inside another wild thing. Two puppet-like owls are dazed when they are knocked out of the sky with rocks. A cat, a giant dog, and a barking neighborhood dog are also seen briefly.
The dog of the title is shot and killed after attacking a man.
A dead dog is seen in coffin. A sled dog is chased off by wolves and presumably killed. White Fang's mother, a wild wolf, is shot and dies. White Fang is attacked by and subdues a St. Bernard (it doesn't die). White Fang kills several dogs when he is forced into dog fighting and is almost killed himself in a fight with a pit bull.
Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?
A chef is seen holding a cat for a small amount of time around a kitchen environment with ovens and burners, but the cat is gently set on the ground, never seen again, presumably fine. Throughout the movie there are (fairly graphic) descriptions of how (already dead) animals are prepared culinarily.
The title character is hit by a car and then run over several times.
In a flashback, the main character watches as her sick horse is put down with a bullet to the head.
A pet parrot is skewered to death and later reappears as a stuffed decoration. At the end of the film it is also implied that a cat has been killed.