I would be concerned about an inguinal hernia. Especially if it just developed - that means it's patent and more "stuff" can slip through the hernia and out of the abdomen. (as opposed to closed and non-reduceable, so there's no risk of more slipping through.) It also depends what is in the hernia. Just fat?/ Or is there intestine or other organs?/ I would have a vet check it and see if they would recommend having it repaired sooner than later, because of the risk for intestines to slip through and lose blood supply and die.
Hernias are usually hereditary, but doesn't necessarily represent anything else about the health of the dog. (i.e. doesn't mean the dog is otherwise unhealthy or more prone to future problems.)
So, if it were me - I'd still get this ADORABLE little girl, but have the vvet look at it ASAP (meaning, NOW, before you get her) to make sure there's no risk of intestines slipping through and becoming a more serious problem.
She's gorgeous, btw! Congrats!
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