It's after his service dog became embroiled in a battle for admission to CenterParcs.
Irish Paralympic Athlete Padraig Moran says his first family holiday since the pandemic is in tatters, after his service dog became embroiled in a battle for admission to CenterParcs in Longford.
The pet friendly facility in Ballymahon allows a maximum of two pets in a chalet but that meant service dog Gail got the red card.
After hours of negotiation, Gail was allowed in - but the families' two pets were then refused, forcing them to split up and take some of their animals away.
Padraig says commonsense has NOT prevailed and he's highlighting the row to prevent others from having the same experienceL