The place I work at still does yearly DHPP, and 1 or 3 year rabies at the owner's discretion. We require those and bordetella for dogs being "entered in" for surgery, boarding, grooming, etc, but they are not required for an office visit, only recommended. If a dog being entered has medical issues (extreme age, health, etc) a doctor will often waive the vaccs, or in a younger/healthy dog, the owner can do titers for distemper and parvo if they ask about it before (have to be sent out). Bordetella is yearly, as are lepto, influenza, and lyme if the dog is at risk (we see >10 cases a year of suspected lepto, and some nearby areas have bad rat issues).
I talked to my manager and some co-workers last year and we ordered a tray of 3 year DHPP for us to split for our dogs, so I did Bus (who was 7) and my grandmom's dog (who was 6). Will probably do both again in a couple years, then no more after that. Annie last had a DHPP vacc when she was 8, her chronic snot issues started that same year I think, so I've only done rabies since then- not that I think the vacc caused it, but her immune system is already freaking out without adding more foreign material
. Sometimes I think that I should booster her since it's been 8 (!) years since she had it, but I suspect she gets some natural exposure from going to work with me and me tracking germs home on my feet.
We do the 3 year rabies vacc, and it's set a good way apart from the DHPP. Due to the laws in my area, I would be reluctant to not get it at all, as if your dog gets into a tussle with a critter of unknown rabies status without a current vacc, that may mean a long quarantine period. We have a lot of feral cats in my neighborhood, so I keep it up to date.
We see vaccinated dogs get KC still (sometimes, I think it's because the owners don't do it until they have too, so not enough time for adequate immune response, but others have history of regular vaccination for it- it doesn't cover every strain), and in most cases, KC is pretty self limiting, so I don't bother with it. I also don't do lepto, lyme, or flu, either because I feel my dogs aren't at high risk, have concerns about vacc reaction (lepto), and/or have concerns about duration/narrow range of efficacy of the vacc.