Update: Shortly after 6PM CT on Tuesday, Brice updated fans that the missing dogs had been found, writing, "Thank you from the bottom of our hearts to everyone who helped us find them."

Lee Brice's two dogs have escaped from his property near Nashville, and the country star is asking his fans for help in finding them.

Brice turned to social media on Tuesday (May 30) to report that his dogs, Knox and Jax, somehow got away from his farm in Franklin, Tenn., an affluent, mostly rural suburb about 40 minutes outside of Nashville that is home to many country stars. In separate posts on Instagram and Facebook, the singer-songwriter posted pictures of the adorable pooches and asked local residents to let him know if they spotted them.

"Franklin, TN folks — my dogs Jax and Knox have gone missing from our farm. If you have seen them, please email leebriceofficial@gmail.com. Thank y’all!"

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Brice's fans responded with many supportive comments wishing him luck and offering prayers that he would find his dogs soon, but it appears the dogs had not yet returned at press time.

We're hopeful that Brice can find his dogs so they return to his sweet family, which includes two sons, Takoda and Ryker, with his wife Sara. Brice has just released a new single, "Boy," that reflects on the circle of life of watching boys grow up and then have kids of their own. The singer knew he wanted to cut the song as soon as he heard it.

“We wanted to make ‘Boy’ our first single for a couple of reasons,” Brice says. “First, [wife] Sara and I have two sons, Takoda [9] and Ryker [3]. This song is a tribute to them. It’s my way of saying how proud I am to be their dad. The second reason is because, coincidentally, we have a daughter on the way in a couple of weeks and we wanted to share this song for our boys before she arrived.”

Brice will release his self-titled fourth studio album on Nov. 3.

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