TIA, how do you explain the discrepancies between the information you present on your website "FAQ" page and the information you present in this interview?
@ 5:50 "well every breed of dog is made up for that particular reason. you know otherwise we wouldn't have you know police departments using belgian malinois and german shepherds for police work, ah labradors you know that that retrieve and are and are great you know drug dogs, they're they're set up for specific reasons, you know pit bulls are bred to be stable with people that was their number one thing. they were called the nanny dog back in the day in england. they were used for um, to to hang out with children and um thus the reason, you know petey, became petey on the little rascals. they're bred to be great with children and um they were farm dogs actually. you know people have a misconception, they say oh they were bred to fight each other. that is not true. they were bred to be farm dogs, they were bred to be family dogs and it was we, as a human race that thought, hey let's prey upon that terrier side of the dog which a terrier is a very tenacious breed. the jack russell terriers, you know, they're bred to crawl down the hole and chase out the rats and the weasels and the rabbits and the varmints. so these are big terriers and they're not for everybody. you know, they could be feisty with other animals but with people and children, they are fantastic."
and the FAQ copied from her website
The Breed’s Original Purpose
Humans have created very specialized dogs through emphasizing desired traits and eliminating unwanted ones. It is no different with the Pit Bull breed. The American Pit Bull Terrier has been “selectively” bred for hundreds of years to fight other dogs. This is the sad “work” these dogs were created for. In the same way that Labradors were bred to retrieve birds, APBT’s were bred to face other dogs in mortal combat. Even in dogs that are not recently bred from fighting lines, the urge to rumble can arise at any time. Not to strongly emphasize this fact is to be negligent. We would be equally negligent if we were placing Beagles and failed to educate the adopter about why the specific traits that scent oriented dogs, hunting dogs, bred to work in packs, present certain challenges to those who wish to obedience train their hound.