ROANOKE, Va. -

'Tis the season to munch.

'Tis also the season for pets to get into those goodies.

Emergency Veterinarian Dr. Seth Thomas says it's a whole host of holiday things animals get into. Whether it's food, "Typically we see a lot of chocolate ingestion, grapes and raisins, things like that," Thomas said.

Thomas says raisins and grapes are really bad for most dog's kidneys and not many people know they can be dangerous.

Thomas says the easiest and best way to keep dogs and cats away from foods they shouldn't eat is Tupperware.  He says keeping foods in airtight containers is the best way to keep pets safe.

If your animal does ingest food, it's best to call a vet and be proactive than wait to see if the animal presents any symptoms.