In Perek Shira 6, the dogs say: “Come let us prostate
ourselves and bow, let us kneel before the G-D, our Maker (Psalm 95:6).” Rav Kanievsky, Shlita, comments that it
is the nature of a dog to prostrate itself before anyone who gives it
food. Such is the gratitude of the
dog towards its caregiver. We, who
are provided with every need from Hashem, have an even greater obligation to
thank G-D and bow down before Him.
Not only is Hashem our Maker, but He is also our constant Caregiver and Sustainer.