It's easy to think it's simple, no prob, if you don't depend on a service dog and access with that dog like everyone else to be able to live your life.
Easy to think it's simple, no prob, if you don't have to divulge private information to total strangers just to board an airplane.
Yes, this is all because of fakers and ill behaved dogs. But instead of addressing those people somehow, more burden is placed on the rest of us.
And frankly, it's probably not going to work until the bigger issues are addressed, which in my view is overwhelming ignorance about the dogs, training, law, etc, by doctors, nurse practitioners, mental health providers, AND the general public.
What about requiring people with dogs to check in an hour early? I already have to deprive my dog of food, water and bathroom from security check until baggage claim and now I have to arrive an hour ahead of even that.