Please stop comparing your dogs weights. It is all relative to size. If you have a 14" Mini, measured at the top of the shoulder blades, he/she should have a healthy weight of approximately 15-17#'s give or take. A heavily boned dog will weigh more at the same size than one who is lighter in bone mass. If you have a 12" Mini the weight range obviously would be lighter, maybe around 12-14#'s. The smaller the dog the lighter the healthy weight. Bones structure and bone density also plays a factor in a healthy weight. If you have a 12" Mini who weighs over 14#'s it is probably overweight. If you take your dogs in for vet check ups periodically and they say your dog is at a healthy weight and your dog is acting like its healthy don't worry.
Josee, I would not personally be getting so many shots that close together. My vaccine protocol is: a DHPP shot at 8 weeks, another at 12 weeks, maybe another at 16 weeks and then no more until one year after the last shot. Rabies is never given before 6 months of age and the only DHPP shot I use is the Intervet Puppy shot, Progard 5, and I only use 3/4 of a cc. Don't forget that they give the exact same dosage to the giant breeds. I never give a puppy a shot with anything other than the ingredients in the shot I use but then again we do not have evidence of Lyme disease or some of the other diseases that are prevalent in other parts of the states or world. Kennel cough is an air born disease, so unless you are taking the puppy into places where he/she will be in close contact with other dogs usch as a doggie day care or commercial groomer in my humble opinion there is no need to get the Bordatella vaccine. After the ist annual booster your dog will not need another DHPP shot until it is 4 years old and then once every 3 years. Rabies is usually given around 6 months of age. This shot is only good for one year. All the other rabies shots are good for 3 years.
The Vet Schools have been doing research that has proved overvaccinating your dogs actually causes auto immune diseases and cancer in older dogs. THis fact you can check out yourselves on the Vet schools web sites.