Facetious, tongue in cheek comment aside, dog consumption in China is a real issue.
Currently situated in my winter locale further South of South of Cloud where "狗肉店" (dog meat store/restaurant) are visible by the road. Stray dogs locked in tiny cages can be seen being transported to be eventually slaughtered. It's a blood boiling sight, yet is the peusdo cultural norm in some rural areas in the Mainland. And no, I'm not speaking of Guizhou.
More public voice of opposition needed for swift closure of these horrific practices/establishments. Top down orders from the State needed, as well as strict enforcement at local township level.
Regarding Bamei and others' assertion that most don't clean up after their dogs. I believe negatively bias is at work here.
Sort or like how we tend to perceive the more frequent bad luck when good luck is just as frequent.
For example, we tend to remember the current traffic lane or cashier line being slower whenever we switch over. The previous lane or line appear to move, cars or shoppers passing us fluidly as we grind to a halt.
In actuality, the correct decisions of switching are just as prevalent on average. We just easily forget them... yet the bad, teeth clenching scenarios stick.
Same applies to how children seemingly remember the times their parents wronged them, yet oblivious to the first bike daddy bought junior, or the innumerable acts of sacrifice mom gave to her most beloved.
This cognitive phenomenon of negatively bias is related to our survival instinct passed down genetically. This particular wiring/firing may have helped our ancestors avoid negative situations that hinder their procreation of offspring. Remembering that scary foe or nemesis lurking in a specific patch of forest so as to be more cautious next time may be useful.
It's probably true for noticing owners who don't clean up after their dogs while overlooking those that do.