Isaiah 11:6-9 paints a beautiful picture of God's ultimate plan for creation: "The wolf will live with the lamb, the leopard will lie down with the goat, the calf and the lion and the yearling together; and a little child will lead them."
This vision of a harmonious existence hints at the comprehensive nature of God's restoration, where the entire creation experiences a state of peace and unity.
God's justice is characterized by fairness, righteousness, and mercy.
While the Bible doesn't explicitly outline the eternal fate of animals, we can trust in the nature of God's justice to be both just and merciful.
The question of whether dogs go to heaven remains a mystery.
However, the Bible provides glimpses of God's love for His creation, His redemptive plan for the entire universe, and the promise of a restored creation where the inherent goodness of God's design will be fully realized.
As we consider this question, let us trust in the boundless love and justice of our Creator, acknowledging that His plans for all that He has made extend beyond our understanding.