The use of windbreaks to keep a dog secure, but still allow them freedom to move without being tethered, is not a new one. It has been used for many years in the agility world, which is where I first came across the practice.
Although a more expensive option than those mentioned above, windbreaks are by far the most robust and durable methods of securing your dogs whilst allowing them freedom. Here’s the top 4 I see used most often.
All four companies mentioned are used widely throughout the agility community and what you consider buying will be linked to the type of dog you have, their temperament when it comes to strangers walking past their ‘patch’ and whether you tend to use hardstanding or grass when you go away.