Yeah, get in the water yourself and make it look like you are having lots of fun. Throw some of her toys around and never force her in water. That only makes it worse. Some dogs take a while but others come around eventually. Good Luck. :)
gunny had a fear of the water. why i did was caryy him out at first and hold him. till he calmed, in the water then i praised with a treat in the water. then after a few go's. like three times we left. next time i did that once then made him swim on his own. and kept him on a leash. a pushed him away everytime he tried to climb on me. what till he got tired and calmed down. praised and rewarded him. we left. next time he just bombed on in by himself.
Last summer we evacuated to S. Carolina from FL. We ended up on the wonderful lake. At the time I only had my two dingo mixes. The one was too old to care about the water but the other I thought would do really well if he would give it a chance. We started swimming in there, he wouldn't go. My exhusband even carried him in the water, he still didn't like it. Until someone came down with their Lab and he wanted to play with him. He started following that Lab right in the lake. Now there is no problem with him enjoying the water.
Sounds silly but my golden was afraid of the pool so he first tried out a kiddy pool. After that we swam and swam and he finally after giving treats by the edge got him in with his favorite ball. I think he was not sure how to get in or out for that matter and it scared him. Tokk a long time though but when your dog is ready he'll be ready.
My lab wouldn't go near water the water and would super glue her butt to the patio everytime I tried to coax her to go into the pool. I
think it had something to do with her falling the pool night I brought her home. It was dark outside and she couldn't see the pool ... had never seen a pool for that matter ... , and just walked right in. Poor baby.