Tiboubou de la baie des Landes, son Booly Wooly aka Guyguy and grandson
TChin Tchin de la perte aux loups aka Thelma, daughter Bijou ( photo not great but shows how the mustache is straight and grows down)
and grand-daughter Floirac Déjà Vue.
The point here is, that F1 will produce half of one breed and half of another breed ( more or less). Depending on how the offsprongs are used F2 can be the same and of course F3. By then you have almost pure one or the other.
In one litter you can have line 1 of the Barbet, line 2, or 3 or in our case even Poodles(or whatever else went into the mix)if that is what your objective is.
That concept is hard for some to grasp. To understand it one would have to accept to photograph an entire litter side by side with the parents, and even the grand-parents. That is not often the case as the parents reside in different countries.
The link below is very easy to understand and this person really knows what he is talking about(from experience).An entire litter of F1 logically is not confirmed as TI to the breed one is trying to refresh.
We know this, in our case, for the IWS confirmed in the Netherlands coming from a Barbet father. It can do the "other" breed good, too.Documented facts.http://www.braquedubourbonnais.info/en/using-outcross.htm