Angel and Honey have the same schedule except Angel is getting tuned for UKC obedience so she get's an extra 30 min. at night. It goes something like this:
1. Morning - Back yard to chase balls and play tug for 20-25 minutes.
2. Afternoon - lately it's been to hot, but normally they get another 35 minutes of running in the yard and spring pole time.
3. Evening - 10 minutes playing ball and tug at the park. Then we go for an hour or hour and a half walk. (3-10 miles depending on how lazy I am.)
4. Late night (12 am) - 15 minutes of obedience work for Angel followed by proofing what she already knows for another 15 minutes.
During the hot months of summer my dogs routine is cut down. During the winter it's increased with an extra hour of some sort of play/work. Spring pole, pulling the sled (with my 230 lbs rear on it), or playing in the snow.
Normally I like to give them at least 20 minutes of non-stop running. With Angel I throw tennis balls and when she returns I throw another one. I repeat that about 15 times (it's not easy walking around with 15 tennis balls) or until she starts to show signs of overheating.
Honey, I use a flirt pole.
So if you broke it down my dogs get an average of 2-4 hours of hard to moderate exercise per day. Again, depending on how lazy I am and the weather.