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* In ''Manga/CrayonShinChan'', Shiro reacts this way to Shin-chan all the time.

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* In ''Manga/CrayonShinChan'', ''Manga/CrayonShinChan'': Shin-Chan's pet dog Shiro reacts this way to Shin-chan his owner all the time.



* In ''ComicBook/TheKillersOfKrypton'', [[BigBad Empress Gandelo]] has finally pushed ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} too far, to the point Kara is going to kill her to avenge all Kryptonians murdered by the Empress. Before she swings her axe down, though, [[ComicBook/KryptoTheSuperdog Krypto]] gets in front of her and gives her a sad, ashamed look. Realizing she was about to commit murder, Kara gets horrified and spares her enemy's life.



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* ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'':
** Garfield does this to Jon all the time.
--->'''Jon:''' One nice thing about confiding in pets is that they are non-judgmental. Garfield, I got a speeding ticket today.\\
'''Garfield:''' ''[smacks him on the head]'' That was a stupid thing to do.
** One strip has Garfield ''and'' Odie burying their heads in the sand due to embarrassment at Jon's beachwear.
* ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'': Snoopy does this to Charlie Brown many times. And in one of Snoopy's novels:
-->''He began to feel uncomfortable with others in the family. He knew it was important for those who share a home to have similar values. So the dog left.''
* In one issue of ''Sad Sack'', Sad Sack is being chewed out for being a doofus by ''everyone'' at base camp, even people who don't specifically outrank him. He hopefully goes to pet the camp dog, saying: "There's still Betsy...." - but Betsy, too, growls at him. He puts on a comical "crybaby" face and moans: [[{{Wangst}} "I haven't got a friend in the world!"]]
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* In ''FanFic/BitterTearsAnAnonAMissFic'', Dog!Spike snaps at the Humane Five and the CMC because he, like Twilight, is angry at them for their actions against Sunset Shimmer. Played with in that Spike is not a pet and is just taking the form of one.

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* In ''FanFic/BitterTearsAnAnonAMissFic'', ''Fanfic/BitterTearsAnAnonAMissFic'', Dog!Spike snaps at the Humane Five and the CMC because he, like Twilight, is angry at them for their actions against Sunset Shimmer. Played with in that Spike is not a pet and is just taking the form of one.



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* ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'':
** In this case, it's Even the Cat is Ashamed; Garfield does this to Jon all the time.
--->'''Jon:''' One nice thing about confiding in pets is that they are non-judgmental. Garfield, I got a speeding ticket today.\\
'''Garfield:''' ''[smacks him on the head]'' That was a stupid thing to do.
** One strip has Garfield ''and'' Odie burying their heads in the sand due to embarrassment at Jon's beachwear.
* ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'': Snoopy does this to Charlie Brown many times. And in one of Snoopy's novels:
-->''He began to feel uncomfortable with others in the family. He knew it was important for those who share a home to have similar values. So the dog left.''
* In one issue of ''Sad Sack'', Sad Sack is being chewed out for being a doofus by ''everyone'' at base camp, even people who don't specifically outrank him. He hopefully goes to pet the camp dog, saying: "There's still Betsy...." - but Betsy, too, growls at him. He puts on a comical "crybaby" face and moans: [[{{Wangst}} "I haven't got a friend in the world!"]]
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* At the beginning of Disney's ''Film/SnowballExpress'', an accountant learns he's inherited a prestigious hotel in Colorado and promptly quits his job and gets ready to move, much to the outrage of his wife, kids and dog.

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* At the beginning of Disney's ''Film/SnowballExpress'', an accountant learns he's inherited a prestigious hotel ski resort in Colorado and promptly quits his job and gets ready to move, much to the outrage of his wife, kids and dog.

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* At the beginning of Disney's ''Film/SnowballExpress'', an accountant learns he's inherited a prestigious hotel in Colorado and promptly quits his job and gets ready to move, much to the outrage of his wife, kids and dog.

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* ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' had the "[[https://youtu.be/UT1FmeEbJgA Spooky Song]]" skit, where ghosts in a graveyard sing about their deaths. Chance the Rapper's character tries to skip his due to a ''very'' UndignifiedDeath, but is eventually pressured into it. Once he gets to why, though, he calls the others out for being judgmental, as even the obviously-animatronic owl is shaking its head in disapproval.

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** In "Squeaky Boots", Gary also becomes annoyed by the squeaking from [=SpongeBob=]'s boots, retreating into his shell and coming out with earplugs.


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* In ''Webcomic/KevinAndKell'', Coney performs a DopeSlap on Rudy after he confesses to [[spoiler:not sending Kevin and Kell's marriage documents]] out of anger over a rabbit being his alpha male. [[http://www.kevinandkell.com/2004/kk0418.html Of course, Coney's not a pet; she's his baby half-sister, but the same principle applies.]]

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* In ''Webcomic/KevinAndKell'', Coney performs a DopeSlap on Rudy after he confesses to [[spoiler:not sending Kevin and Kell's marriage documents]] out of anger over a rabbit being his alpha male. [[http://www.kevinandkell.com/2004/kk0418.html Of course, Coney's not a pet; pet, she's his baby half-sister, but the same principle applies.]]



* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', in "Dewey Wins", [[spoiler:Lion gives a DisapprovingLook to Steven before leaving with Connie showing he's just as angry as she is at Steven for surrendering himself to Homeworld, especially when Steven innocently brushes off his actions, not realizing the anguish it caused everybody, and insensitively ignores her feelings about it in order to avoid facing his own for the time being. He stays with Connie for a few weeks after that, presumably to give her comfort and companionship during her and Steven's estrangement, as well as to teach Steven a hard lesson about taking his loved ones for granted, and returns to him only after he and Connie reconcile]].

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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', in "Dewey Wins", [[spoiler:Lion gives a DisapprovingLook to Steven before leaving with Connie showing he's just as angry as she is at Steven for surrendering himself to Homeworld, especially when Steven innocently brushes off his actions, not realizing the anguish it caused everybody, and insensitively ignores her feelings about it in order to avoid facing his own for the time being. He stays with Connie for a few weeks after that, presumably to give her comfort and companionship during her and Steven's estrangement, as well as to teach Steven a hard lesson about taking his loved ones for granted, and returns to him only after he and Connie reconcile]].reconcile.]]



** In "The Yellow Badge of Cowardage", Santa's Little Helper shows his disapproval when Bart chickened out of stopping Milhouse from getting beat up during a school race. He finally forgives him when Bart makes it up to Milhouse.
** A non-animal example in "Bart Gets Hit By a Car": When Mr. Burns gives his testimony which he twisted to make himself look good, everybody in the court glares at him. Even Smithers, whom he vilified during his retelling.

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** In "The Yellow Badge of Cowardage", Santa's Little Helper shows his disapproval when Bart chickened chickens out of stopping Milhouse from getting beat up during a school race. He finally forgives him when Bart makes it up to Milhouse.
** A non-animal example in "Bart Gets Hit By a Car": When Mr. Burns gives his testimony which he twisted to make himself look good, everybody in the court glares at him. Even Especially Smithers, whom he vilified during his retelling.



* ''WesternAnimation/WallaceAndGromit'': Gromit does it all the time with [[AbsentMindedProfessor Wallace]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/WallaceAndGromit'': Gromit does it all the time with [[AbsentMindedProfessor Wallace]].Wallace.]]



** An anthropomorphic variant at the end of the episode "The Last Crash of the Sunchaser!". [[spoiler:Duckworth, Scrooge's ghost butler who is literally an anthropomorphic dog, leaves the mansion with Webby and Beakley after becoming disillusioned with Scrooge's actions]].

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** An anthropomorphic variant at the end of the episode "The Last Crash of the Sunchaser!". [[spoiler:Duckworth, Scrooge's ghost butler who is literally an anthropomorphic dog, leaves the mansion with Webby and Beakley after becoming disillusioned with Scrooge's actions]].actions.]]



** In "The Rumble For Ragnarok!", [[spoiler:everyone in Valhalla starts looking down on Jormungandr for beating up the weaker Dewey and gloating about it. This includes Team Ragnarok's wolf Fenrir.]]

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** In "The Rumble For Ragnarok!", [[spoiler:everyone in Valhalla starts looking down on Jormungandr for beating up the weaker Dewey and gloating about it. This includes Team Ragnarok's wolf wolf, Fenrir.]]

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* In ''Manga/CrayonShinChan'', Shiro reacts this way to Shin-chan all the time.

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** In "The Rumble For Ragnarok!", [[spoiler:everyone in Valhalla starts looking down on Jormungandr for beating up the weaker Dewey and gloating about it. This includes Team Ragnarok's wolf Fenrir.]]


* In ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'', both Abu and Carpet are disappointed in Aladdin after he refuses to free the Genie.
* ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'': Upon Prince Eric's cluelessness over whether or not the now mute Ariel is the one he's been looking for, his dog Max rolls his eyes and blows hair out of his own face in annoyance, which Ariel mimics.

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* In ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Aladdin}}'', both Abu and Carpet are disappointed in Aladdin after he refuses to free the Genie.
* ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'': ''WesternAnimation/TheLittleMermaid1989'': Upon Prince Eric's cluelessness over whether or not the now mute Ariel is the one he's been looking for, his dog Max rolls his eyes and blows hair out of his own face in annoyance, which Ariel mimics.



* In ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', when Kristoff denies having feelings for Anna even though it's clear he does, his reindeer Sven gives him a DisapprovingLook.

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* In ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', ''WesternAnimation/Frozen2013'', when Kristoff denies having feelings for Anna even though it's clear he does, his reindeer Sven gives him a DisapprovingLook.


* Used in one description of a "Three-Bagger" hookup prospect: a girl so ugly you need three paper bags -- one for her, one for yourself in case hers breaks, and one for your dog so he'll respect you in the morning.

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* Used in one description of a "Three-Bagger" hookup prospect: [[ButterFace a girl so ugly ugly]] you need three paper bags -- one for her, one for yourself in case hers breaks, and one for your dog so he'll respect you in the morning.

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* In ''Fanfic/LincolnIsDone'', a fanfic of ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'', everyone is mad at Lola for disobeying her parents (including Lana who [[{{Hypocrite}} did the same thing]]. Lana's pets then glare at Lola.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Green Eggs and Ham|2019}}'': [[spoiler:To show that Guy had gone too far in saying that Sam isn't a fit for even his own mother, Mr. Jenkins also becomes saddened and leaves him.]]


* In ''WesternAnimation/TheBookOfLife'', the bull shakes his head sadly after [[spoiler:Manolo refuses to kill him in the bullfight. (It's worth noting that Manolo has done what he thinks is right; it's just that the others disapprove.)]]


* Zigzagged and inverted in ''Literature/LoyalEnemies'': the dog belongs to chief of the troll tribe, not to heroine, but when the latter tries to calm down rampaging wizard, who's being high on mushrooms and accidentally terrorizing said tribe, and he offhandedly outs her werewolf nature, the dog, who played TheOnlySaneMan before that moment, accusingly looks at her (dogs can smell werewolves, so it knew), lies down and covers the head with it's paws.

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* Zigzagged and inverted in ''Literature/LoyalEnemies'': the dog belongs to chief of the troll tribe, not to heroine, but when the latter tries to calm down rampaging wizard, who's being high on mushrooms and accidentally terrorizing said tribe, and he offhandedly outs her werewolf nature, the dog, who played TheOnlySaneMan The OnlySaneMan before that moment, accusingly looks at her (dogs can smell werewolves, so it knew), lies down and covers the head with it's paws.


* In ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'', this happens when everyone thinks Woody killed Buzz. All the toys turn away from him while he's at Sid's, even Slinky the dog. Sort of downplayed, as Slinky is treated like an equal rather than a pet.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'', ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory1'', this happens when everyone thinks Woody killed Buzz. All the toys turn away from him while he's at Sid's, even Slinky the dog. Sort of downplayed, as Slinky is treated like an equal rather than a pet.

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