I don't mean to offend you, but I hate to say I believe you to be the minority. I adore my current vet, but I only go to her for health reasons, not vaccines, which I do not believe, through experience, are not as necessary as we, the uneducated public, have been lead to believe. I applaud those who are willing to go the extra mile for their patients, but most don't. I get the yearly rabies as required by law from the mobile vet, who charges $5.00, as opposed to my regular vet who charges a $35.00 office visit, then wants to give a whole series of unnecessary vaccines, also potentially harmful, for another $30? $40? I can buy the 6 in 1 for less than $6.00 at the feed store, administer when needed. And as I have also stated before. I absolutely take young puppies and kittens for the whole series of boosters because I don't knowhow effective they are or how much they truly need. I want them to be covered. I went through Parvo with the last batch of puppies I found and my dogs did not catch it. Although I kept them separated, I am not set up with a quarantine area, and I doubt it is 100% efficient. My dogs had their puppy boosters and again at one year. The older one had been about three years, so I went ahead and innoculated her again to be safe. All are fine over a year later. And I did a lot of kennel work when I was younger, four vets, then a guard dog company. I have had two vet tech jobs as well. And of all those vets, they were all about the money except the one I go to now, who works with me because she knows I find homes for dogs. I believe wholeheartedly you are in it for the pets, but I'm sorry, I absolutely believe you are the minority, not the majority. The results speak for themselves.