Are you talking straight line acceleration from stand-still? Are you perhaps coming out from a driveway and/or turning into the roadway with the front wheels at a significant angle to the direction the truck is currently facing (i.e. pulling to the side versus forward)? What are the road conditions like (i.e. dry pavement, loose gravel, snow?)
Definitely check your tire pressures and set as necessary.
Being heavy footed is subjective. I used to think I didn't have a heavy foot (but I really did). The truck has 280HP, you may encounter some wheel-spin if you apply the throttle enough. I'm not saying *you* are the problem here, just citing that there are many factors that could be at play here.
My '09 XR is around 17,000KM. So less mileage than you. I can get wheel-spin in the wet quite easily from a stand-still if I blip the throttle of the get go (particularly if you happen to be on the big white line). In the dry, it's not bad at all. But can easily get wheel spin when pointing the vehicle around a corner coming out of the local coffee shop and trying to merge with the morning rush traffic. You get the picture...
The vehicle weighs in pretty heavy (over 2 tons), so hitting the pedal will cause weight transfer to the back and reduced traction up front.