Breakfast at Tiffany's
The cat is thrown against some wooden blinds but not hurt and abandoned but later rescued. He does not die.
Bride of Re-Animator
Angel the dog is killed when he is thrown against a wall and his leg torn off. After having his missing leg replaced with a human arm, Angel is reanimated. The reanimated Angel is apparently buried alive in a cave-in at the end of the film, leaving his ultimate fate unclear. An iguana is euthanized and dissected; a dead bat is dissected, reanimated and then cut up some more.
Many puppies appear in this film. None of them are harmed.
Bringing Up Baby
Two pets appear: George the dog and Baby the leopard. Neither are harmed, though they do get in a fight at one point. A truck full of chickens, ducks, etc. crashes and we are later told that Baby ate some of them. A zoo leopard that has attacked a man is headed for the gas chamber but it is let go when it is mistaken for Baby. It is captured again at the end and we are not told what happens to it after that.
Bo, a black Labrador retriever, appears is several scenes and is not harmed.
Brush With Fate
A young girl breaks the necks of her family's pet pigeons, presumably to keep them from being killed by the Gestapo.
Animal mutilations are mentioned as having happened off screen, but are never seen. Two tracking dogs belonging to a main character appear in several scenes but are never in danger.
No real dogs are hurt, but the robot dog CHOMPS appears to die after a bomb explodes. After a moment he revives and is ultimately repaired. There are a few slightly disturbing scenes where CHOMPS' head is removed to reveal his circuitry and other robot dogs are seen in pieces.
A dog is pulled into a sewer and presumably eaten.
C.H.U.D. II - Bud the Chud
A poodle is bitten by a C.H.U.D (basically a zombie) and comes back as a zombie poodle. The zombie poodle makes it through the rest of the movie without being killed again.
A woman's dog is killed by Nazis.
At the beginning a dog is found dead. Later an infected dog is killed after it attacks some campers.
Despite the greenskeeper's best efforts to exterminate it, the gopher lives.
Despite carrying around an explosive golf ball and the greenskeeper's continued efforts to exterminate him, the gopher lives (and even earns the interest of a toy poodle at the end). The horses Prince and Dog Food knock over a few jumps but are fine, except for a little flatulence on Dog Food's part (though his rider insists that it's not the horse with the gas problem).
A dog belonging to a priest is found dead with its neck slit.
A dog is killed and decapitated.
Cannibal! The Musical
It is implied that Liane the horse is killed off-screen at the end of the film. No harm comes to the black cat of doom or the little lost lamb.