Before you decide whether to breed her or not, there's a lot to be done.
She is old enough now for
1.first opthalmologist exam (ask for OFA eyes and mail them in)
2.DNA testing for the GR panel but especially Ichthyosis which is an add-on. Fortunately they are having a sale right now- www.pawprintgenetics.com
and the code for the 40% off is BEST (which is a returning customer code so it may not work but it might- so give it a try!) send results to OFA for listing.
3.AKC registration. LJacks will be able to tell you how to do that- she just imported a bitch puppy and is utd on all the ways to best do the AKC dual registration
While you're waiting on her to turn 1, which is old enough to do OFA cardiac (and you want a cardiologist, not a pet vet to do this one- it is crucial to have a practiced ear and also is the only way the clearance would be compliant with the CoE so if (say) you use a practitioner instead, one day someone may come here and ask about your breeding plans- it happens daily- and we would tell them to go the other way because the cardiac was insufficient. So just get the right one to start with.
Also, enter her in some events- if she's obedient, go get a RN or CD on her. Take some classes and meet some people who are AKC savvy.
Then, when she is two, get her hips and elbows done. While you've been doing obedience, rally or conformation, you will meet people who can help you. Find a mentor if you can.
Finding a stud dog is not possible for you at this time since no reputable stud dog owner would agree until she is 2YO and has a full complement of clearances. But you can spend this next 18 months learning all you can, asking questions, and hoping that you will be able to make lovely puppies.