Day of the Falcon
The pet falcon of the title does not die. Numerous dead and dying camels and an injured pigeon are seen.
It appears that the dog, Cooper, has drowned but he reappears later unharmed.
A dog is killed with a harpoon gun.
Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead
A woman attempts to escape her pursuers by hiding in a tree, but a bird squawks at her and threatens to give away her position. She strangles the bird, killing it.
Deliver Us from Evil
A crucified cat is seen. Other animals appear, including lions at the zoo, but none die. A cat hisses at Eric Bana and gets a door slammed in its face.
The main character has a dog who is fine throughout the film.
Tracker the dog is lured into some cactus and shot with a flare gun.
Devil Dog: The Hound of Hell
A dead dog is seen in a road. A man shoots a dog that he thinks is a demon but it is not hurt. Later a demonic version of the dog is killed/sent back to hell in a cheesy-looking ball of flames.
In a dream sequence, a dog attacks a young woman. She wrestles with it briefly before the dream ends. The imaginary dog does not appear to be hurt.
We see a horse (Roscoe) shot through the head and killed. A few more horses are killed or injured in an explosion. A horse is pulled to the ground by a man but gets up and appears fine. Tony and Fritz, the main character's horses, do not die. Three dogs appear in one scene; they do not die. A dead rabbit and some dead chickens are briefly seen.
None of the talking animals die or are harmed. A dog is hit by a car but walks away unharmed. At a vet's office we briefly see the vet (not Doctor Dolittle) cover an unidentifiable animal that has just died.
Baby the Great Dane appears in one scene and Edgar Allen the raven appears in multiple scenes. Neither is harmed.
A dog is shot and killed at the beginning of the film but a later dog survives.