Tasks for my blue heeler/corgi mix

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Barked: Fri Mar 1, '13 5:38am PST 
Almost a year ago I adopted Ozzie and aside from being taller and larger than most corgis, he certainly acted like one. He seemed like he would be fine in my apartment as long as I made sure to take him on long walks and to the park to get some exercise. The longer I had him though, the higher his energy levels became and my vet pointed out that with his markings, he likely has blue heeler in him, maybe even 50%. He's not destructive at all (yet) and he is easily trained, but I was wondering if anyone had tasks that their blue heeler can do in the house since I know that having a job can help keep him from becoming destructive.

I'm trying to move out of my apartment, but I'm not financially capable at this time to find a small house. Any ideas would be much appreciated.