Did you get her from a breeder? For down the road, ask if the breeder has had the stud and dam xrayed-most people now will screen hips and elbows, the parents are graded based on if they have dysplasia or not, and if they do how severe it is.
Again it is a screening tool to help breeders make better choices, but generally dogs that are not dysplastic have a lower chance of producing it obviously.
Some more info here (Orthopedic Foundation for Animals). Menu on the left lists some info for ED.
Only thing I know is you will want to watch her weight-dogs with dysplasia do not need to carry any extra around, it is a fine balance of trying to get enough exercise when movement becomes restricted and trying to keep the extra pounds off.