My schedule sometimes begins at 5am. I take puppy out to pee when he barks insistently (and some recommend you only remove from crate when dog is quiet, I realize) and most often that is at 7am. Regardless, first feeding is at 7 and water, of course. Outside we go. Back insicde, after that a half hour of fetch and belly ticking, he goes into the inside dog run or expet while and I check and answer email, send invoices, etc. While doing this I look up to see him try to play with two toys at once.
Havanese love toys, (be sure and google squirrels and log and get your fur baby one of those) and there are usually three or four around Kosmo.
In the dog run next to where I work (mine is canvas and cost about $50, many are sturdier) I have a bed and toy assortment, including a pee pad, which he wads up and chews, more often then not. (Always remove plastic and paper from puppy's mouth, of course.) And while I am looking at screen and laughing at the short varying whines Kosmo emits while trying to get my attention, I talk soothingly to him.
After an hour he goes upstairs next to crate next to my bed for three hours and then wakes up at lunch. Outside he goes. Back inside,lunch is served, outside again, more playing fetch and very gentle tug of war. Belly rubs, laughter, etc. After about two hours, back in crate. We go out, to pet stores, home depot and Lowes where he can ride in carts, but paws rarely touch ground as vaccinations are not complete. I have a carrying case with mesh sides that seat belts in for car travel. Toys travel as well. My daughter dog sits and he plays under supervision with her two young collies. He loves every human he meets, and once issued short, sad whine when Home Depot trip failed to earn the attention of a single stranger. I explained that people who work outside the home tended to be very busy and distracted on weekends. Anywho, for the most part there is nine hours of sleep and 4.5 hours of play during the day. When he wakes up from his evening nap, he goes out, has a snack, and we play more low key games. Kosmo sleeps from nine to seven or from nine to five at night. His toilet training at 18 weeks, is going very well. Accidents are about every three days. This is a breed that might be fully potty trained at 6 months. 6 months is also the age at which I plan to start obedience, although most would start sooner.