I ordered the basics for two puppies: Ten single-dose 5-way vaccines with syringe (more than enough for each pup), and two bottles of wormer, along with a medical record form for each dog. Vaccines have to be refrigerated and shipped next day on ice, but that's no problem in the modern era. There's nothing easier than giving an under-the-skin vaccine shot!
Total cost for vaccines including $25 overnight shipping is under $65, or $32 per dog for a complete regime, and I don't have to waste hours of time dragging the pups through veterinary clinics or low-cost "shot clinics" loaded with unknown (and possibly sick) animals.
If you bring a healthy new puppy to the vet around here, it will run you $80 for the first visit alone -- and over $300 per dog for a complete set of shots. And that's if you can get out the door at all without a "stool test," "heart worm test," heart worm "preventative," Frontline, and "exam" which is likely to set you back $210 or more for that first visit. It's all nonsense billing and for most people, their first year of "well puppy visits" costs them over $500 per dog for all of $40 worth of health care.
Part of sensible dog ownership is knowing how to do basic things yourself and knowing and understanding the veterinary dependency model, which leans heavily on up-coding, bill padding, bogus testing, and selling medically unnecessary goods and services at inflated prices.
There is most definitely a place for a vet, but it's not for this kind of stuff.