1. Hang up the phone. You don't need the vet to fix this, chances are if you ca,l the vet and explain these doggy symptoms, the vet may probably prescribe some kind of doggy play time medication for you. The vet simply have no treatment for this kind of dog behavior.
2. Drop Down on your Knees. If you see your dog doing what is described above. You need to immediately stop what you are doing, get down on your knees and rub your dogs chest and tummy. What you are doing is releasing the play, comfort and total relaxation energy to your dog. I can assure you, your dog will simply love you for this.
3. Drop Down and Roll on Your Back Too. There is no other way to diagnose seeking comfort and relaxation than to mimic it yourself. Get on your back and mimic the animal, both owner and pet will have a blast rolling on the ground. You may end up learning something you just never knew about canine behavior.
4. Use your feet to Massage the underbelly.
If your dog goes on it's back and looks at you, it is a sign you need to get your foot massage on. Remove your shoe or slipper and just use your feet to gently rub the underbelly of the animal up and down. PS. Ensure you can balance your weight because your dog would hate you slipping and stepping into it's guts.
5. Throw the dog a biscuit
If you are a lazy dog owner or simply do not have the time of day to pay attention to your dog needs, you can do the very next best thing and at least throw the dog a doggy biscuit. This will get your pooch on all fours again.