Velma is a cute little Scotty who loves to get into just about everything and anything. While she might look at you with eyes that seem filled to the brim with "old soul", don't be fooled. Let's face it, by the time Velma has stuck her nose in the garbage, rooted around in the dirt, and who knows what, her face isn't going to be quite so cute. If possible, you should try to include a full bath if you need to clean her up. However, there are going to be times when you just need to wash her face.
Velma really doesn't care how dirty or stinky her head is. Worrying about that sort of nonsense is a "human thing" as far as she is concerned. Moreover, she really isn't too fond of having water poured on her face either, making the job just that much more difficult. With a little time and patience, you should be able to wash Velma's face any time it needs cleaning.
Who could love a pup with a dirty head and face? The answer to that is simple, any dog lover can. But, when you want your pup to look her best, washing her head and face on a regular basis is the right way to make it happen. Take your time, be gentle and your pup will soon come to love having her face washed whenever it needs to be bathed.