This article is from the Keeshonden Breed FAQ, by firstname.lastname@example.org (Kimberly J. Eashoo).
The Keeshond does not require a great deal of exercise, which makes
the breed an excellent companion for apartment dwellers. A daily
walk would suffice for most Keeshonden, although if you are "up"
for a game of Frisbee or ball, the Keeshond will gladly oblige.
Keeshonden have participated in many dog sports such as sledding,
Agility, Flyball, Scent Hurdle Racing, Frisbee and have recently
been recognized as a breed eligible to compete for Herding titles.
The level of activity of your Kees really depends upon how much you
wish to do with the dog.