The Elk-Kee is a hybrid breed that combines the fluffy, curly-tailed cuteness of the Keeshond and Norwegian Elkhound. Because of the fact that both parents tend to need regular exercise to stay healthy and happy, it is safe to assume that their mixed offspring will need the same as well. Due to the Elk-Kee's thick coat, they are well equipped for colder day activities and may need to be monitored on warmer days to make sure that they do not overheat. Keeping these details in mind, it is time to dive into the activities that you can try with your Elk-Kee!
As the Elk-Kee is a medium sized, relatively high energy dog, it isn't hard to see why they would have such a need for strenuous activity. Thankfully, as we've learned, this breed loves the water and even does great in cold environments; so that provides an excellent balance no matter what the weather may be. Just keep in mind that when choosing an activity, you want to pick one that will be fun for your pup and keep them interested. So if they are older, perhaps steer clear of the run and shoot for a lazy day of floating the river. Whatever you decide to do, you can be guaranteed that as long as it's with your furry friend, it will be a great time!