Fido(2006), directed by Andrew Currie, wirtten by Robert Chomiak Currie and Dennis Heaton, is a comedy horror about a world trying to adapt to life with zombies. Thanks to Zomcon and some weird collar, they've found a way to domesticate zombies in order to reap some benefits as they turn the zombies into servants, or slaves, depending on how you look at it.
But the story mainly focuses on the Robinsons, Timmy Robinson(Kesun Loder) to be more precise. Timmy is a little boy who lacks friends and is most likely the oddball of the town for one reason or another. With a mother who does nothing but worry about keeping appearances and a clueless dad who's afraid of zombies Timmy pretty much keeps to himself. Till Mrs. Robinson, against her husbands wishes, orders a zombie servant from Zomcon in order to not be the only family on the block who doesn't own one. Fido (Billy Connoly) becomes something of a pet and friend to Timmy.
As far as zombie movies go, this one is pretty enjoyable. From start to finish it has this mixture of 1950's culture that merges with dark humour and zombies, making it impossible not to love.
Here's the trailer for you to enjoy and decide whether it's worth your time or not.