With temperatures expected to go over 30 degrees next week - think of the animals.
Met Eireann put out a weather advisory saying it will be very warm - and uncomfortably warm at night.
Gillian Bird from the DSPCA had a warning for pet owners saying, "if you're travelling with your dog in the car, to the beach or somewhere nice, a few bits of advice are it can be very hot in the car.
"You might find it very cool with the windows open and the fan on, but the dog in the back of the car can be very hot."
Met Éireann have issued a High Temperature Advisory for Ireland 🌡️
Ireland will experience a hot spell on Sunday and into early next week. Day time temperatures will widely reach the high 20's, may exceed 30°C in some locations
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) July 13, 2022
The forecaster is saying Ireland will experience a hot spell from Sunday and into early next week.
Daytime temperatures will widely reach the high twenties, possibly exceeding 30 degrees in some locations.
The warning is in place until next Wednesday.