A charming commentary on dogs as portrayed in classic Jewish literature. Thanks to my friend Linda, who posted the link on Facebook.
It is taught that in the World-to-Come, dogs will lead in singing the praises of the Almighty. They will say to other creatures "Come! Let us prostrate ourselves and bow, let us kneel before G-d, our Maker".
Throughout classical Jewish literature they are portrayed as the most insolent of animals. How could it be, he wondered, that this very same creature will merit to lead in the singing of praises to G-d in the World-to-Come?
The answer to the question may be found at torah.org.