Oh 100%. I love when Chroniz Zebra the MCAS Princess DOG SITS (bc she’s too disabled to work a FT job!) and is practically sleeping with the dog yet recently had a bone marrow biopsy to “confirm” Mastocytosis. Ummm no. That’s not how this works.Edit to Add: The people who claim MCAS and have long haired service dogs and cats and carpet and abuse IV Benny are my favorite.
Totally okay and legal to ask what task the SD is trained to do. I forget the specific language but I’m sure someone will correct me. Just can’t outright ask what someone’s disability is, and there are no IDs or certification for SDs anyway.Not worth the risk. If it's actually a service dog, it's illegal to ask for id/evidence under ADA. If you're already certain it's not a service dog, you can skip asking and just kick them out.