with one red pickup and aluminum dual dog box and newer rust/brown/maroon model f150. Don't know who you are but a little conversation goes a long way beyond one word answers, back turns, blow offs and brisk walks away. Just trying to strike up a friendly conversation to try and plan around you and your dogs as my 40lbs setters with bushy tails may appear too much like a sporty fox chase for your two. They seemed nice enough when i was getting them off the sides of my truck (on there hind legs, front nails racking my paint while smelling my dog topper doors) and getting in my short-chained, roading-harnessed (intact) male's face and rearend simultaneously, brewing a potential catastrophe for all dogs and owners... they're dogs, i get it, Ive got as many as 7 big ranging dogs myself at any given time and hunter/people contact when your out at range can be nerve-racking. To which the paint and harness cornering I had no intention of mentioning to you because I know how it is, dogs are dogs, heck I had one jump in another guys truck once. I'm here all spring, maybe next time we can chat as we're all dog folks and need to get along and look out for each other. Yeah, it's dark and scary out but boogie men don't drive trucks with dog toppers, next time I promise to turn my interior cab lights on.