I did some looking around, after finding the 7in1 or 5in1 and bordatella vaxs at drsfostersmith and the rabies vax at jefferspet.
Jeffers said to check your state laws before purchasing the rabies vaccine because it's not legal to give it yourself in all states. So I did a google search for Louisiana. Louisiana state law requires that a veterinarian give your dog a rabies vaccine yearly, unless you can provide proof that they were given a three year vac. So apparently three year vac's are allowed on rabies, but you have to prove that it was a three year. All of the tags we have ever gotten are one year.
One thing I noticed, that now makes me annoyed... The instructions for the rabies vac said to give 1ml. A 10ml bottle was 11.49, including tags. The 7 in 1 vaccine was 6.49, and bordatella was 4.49. So the vet visit, heartworm test, and fecal cost $85. Shows how much mark up there is.
I hadn't even thought that doing too many vac's at once might compromise her immune system and bring back the mange. You're totally right-it could. I just hadn't thought of it.
Speaking of which, she never had her 1-month-after-treatment skin scraping because I knew her vaccinations were sometime this summer and figured I'd get it all done at once than pay for two vet visits. I'd like to get a skin scrape done just to be sure that we really did get it all afer Lucas gets another job. I don't have any reason to think we didn't, but just to be sure.
You know, when I was contacting shelters to see if anyone had room for Sebastian (the kitten we found), one shelter said that they didn't have room, but could offer me a discount coupon for his neutering because if he was already neutered, it'd be easier to find a home for him... I need to give them a call and see if they offer the same with vaccinations.