Mainlandvet - Somers Point, NJ - Our Doctors

Mainland Veterinary Hospital

425 Bethel Road
Somers Point, NJ 08244


Our Doctors


Dr. Mary Langford

Dr. Mary Langford:

Dr Langford is originally from Kansas, and attended Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas for both her Bachelor of Science  in Dietetics, Restaurant and Institutional Management, and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine.  

Prior to obtaining her degree in veterinary medicine, she worked as a registered dietitian at St. Luke's Hospital in Kansas City, with a special interest in oncology and critical care.  During this time she also attended the University of Missouri in Kansas City, where she studied business administration, with an emphasis in finance.

After graduation from veterinary school, Dr Langford moved to South Jersey in 1998.  She loves the weather(believe it or not!), the beach and the beauty south Jersey has to offer.

Dr Langfords areas of interest include dentistry, soft tissue surgeries, internal medicine, and helping pets feel more comfortable during their veterinary visits.  In her spare time she loves to snow and water ski, garden, hike, eat and travel.



Dr. Linda Schrading

Dr. Linda Schrading:

Dr Schrading has been in private veterinary practice for 24 years. She was in private practice in both Washington DC and Southern New Jersey for the first decade of her career. She developed a great interest in emergency medicine and spent the next 13 years working in an emergency-critical care setting providing both emergency, routine and surgical care to her patients. It is with much happiness that she has returned to her first love of general practice. 

Dr Schrading is a past president of the Southeast New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association, a past board member of the New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association, and current board member of the Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference. She is also very active in her community and schools.  In her spare time she enjoys biking, running, kayaking, theater, travel and spending time with family and friends.

Dr Schrading lives with her husband, 3 children, and their menagerie of animals including a dog, cat, rabbit, goats and chickens.