Dogs are faithful animal of God
As a boy growing up in the foothills of Berkeley, my parents encouraged me to have pets. From guinea pigs to parakeets to even a pet chicken named Fwedwika, my home was full of little critters throughout most of my childhood. By encouraging me to be a caretaker for my pets, my parents taught me the meaning of responsibility, consistency and perhaps even love. So I've often wondered if the Bible supports animal activism and what exactly God would say if I posed the question, "Do You love dogs?"
Dogs are the only animals in the Torah that receive a reward for their actions. When the Jewish slaves flee Egypt, it states "not one dog barked” (Exodus 11:7). As a reward for that, God said, "…and flesh torn in the field you shall not eat; you shall throw it to the dog[s]" (Exodus 22:30; Mechilta). However, God’s affection for animals doesn't end with affable companions such as dogs. This affection even extends to insects. King David had to learn this lesson when he questioned the purpose of such "vile creatures" as spiders. Subsequently God created an event whereupon a spider’s web saved his life, thereby impressing upon Judaism's mightiest king that every creature has purpose (Midrash Alpha Beta Acheres d'Ben Sira 9).
What is our duty?
We care for stray dogs / provide food and shelter. Many doctors volunteer to help sick dogs.
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