Too many people seem to enjoy the sensation of doggie doo between their toes without regard for those who don’t share their proclivities.
For the record
, I find how you wrote this concept
offensive. I do not believe any dog owner thinks that. Rather, they think dog poo is about the same in that it is animals
poo, and stinky, but natural, and biodegradable; they believe their dog's poo is free of parasites and will not transmit diseases. (They're wrong on the last two.) They haven't yet accepted that their letting their dogs do it on the beach is enough of a problem for other people to change their own behavior. Feedback from "the law" can also be helpful, but regular social pressure is also effective.
Calling someone who does not want their kids
or themselves exposed to roundworm, pinworm, leptospirosis is not a dog hater at all; they're trying to be a good parent, and labeling them a dog hater is unfair...and often incorrect.
While there are laws in place to limit the dogs on the beaches, perhaps it is lazy, uncooperative owners who should be the focus of your dislike. If more people who think the owners should clean up after their dogs would just grab a couple of bags and take them to them, I imagine most owners would get the idea pretty quickly.