Released by CBS/Fox Video. The latter two were re-released by Fox Kids Video.
- Here Comes Garfield
- Garfield on the Town
- Garfield in the Rough
- Garfield's Halloween Adventure
- Garfield in Paradise
- Garfield Goes Hollywood
- A Garfield Christmas
- Happy Birthday, Garfield
- Garfield: His 9 Lives
- Garfield's Babes and Bullets
- Garfield's Thanksgiving
- Garfield's Feline Fantasies
- Garfield Gets a Life
Released by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment.
- A Japanese LaserDisc featuring Garfield on the Town and Garfield in the Rough was released. 
- Another one, whose content has yet to be identified, appears to have been released on May 11, 1986. 
The Garfield Show DVDs released by Vivendi Entertainment. All others released by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment.
Each volume has three discs, with eight episodes on each disc (except for the third disc of Volume 5, which has nine episodes).
Episodes are presented in the original broadcast order, with most Quickies intact.
- Garfield: The Movie
- Garfield The Movie: The Purrrfect Collector's Edition
- Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties
- 2-Movie Collection
French (Garfield & Cie)
- The "Garfield Goes Hollywood" VHS was also released as part of a Fox Kids Video Collection, along with "The Tick vs. Arthur" and "Where's Waldo: The Birthday Blowout." 
- The Garfield and Friends DVDs use the international prints of episodes, thus U.S. Acres is referred to as Orson's Farm in the title cards. "U.S. Acres" appears on the box sleeves, jewel cases, and episode menus.
- "All You Need is Love (and Pasta)" is named after the song All You Need is Love by The Beatles.