Gates of Heaven (1978)
Mourning pet owner: There's your dog; your dog's dead. But where's the thing that made it move? It had to be something, didn't it?
Floyd McClure: When I turn my back I don't know you, not truly, but I can turn my back on my little dog and I know that he's not going to jump on me or bite me. But human begings can't be that way.
Pet cemetery investor: Death is for the living and not for the dead.
Mrs. Harberts: Surely at the gates of heaven an all-compassionate God is not going to say, "Well, you're walking in on two legs, you can go in. You're walking in four legs, we can't take you."