Right! A couple of regulations — the ones you mentioned in your post wouldn’t even be hassles really — can go a LONG way.
Exactly! And if the dog is a legit service animal (only dogs and mini horses are currently listed as acceptable service animals) then the handler should have NO PROBLEM making sure that they have identification for the dog. The ID doesn’t have to say what disability the dog is used to treat, only that it’s a registered and licensed service dog/mini horse.
If someone would have a problem with it… it makes me think that their “service dog” isn’t actually a service dog. It’s a pet.
Emotional Support Animals (used for depression) aren’t currently subjected to the same guidelines. We don’t have to allow them to be at a hotel. They have to pay a pet fee if there is one that the hotel charges.