SAR dog drowning
Place the SAR dog on its side so that the water that has entered its lungs through the dog's mouth and nostrils can come out easily. If the dog is not breathing begin AR (artificial respiration) otherwise known as mouth to mouth.
Once the SAR dog has recuperated you should dry it off and take it to a quiet spot where you should let it rest. Make sure that it stays warm (but not hot) and check for any symptoms of complications. Seek immediate medical assistance and remember that dirty water can cause infections and salt water can cause poisoning.