The U.K. is among several European nations that have been cracking down on flea treatments in recent years, but the new European legislation could be the first in the West to impose such a sweeping ban.
The European Union has also introduced a blanket ban on fleas and ticks.
It is one of the most progressive laws on the continent.
But the legislation has drawn criticism from many European governments, who argue that it is too broad.
A group of European governments have now proposed a new regulation that would limit flea and tick control to the most common diseases.
The European Commission, the European government body that is in charge of the bloc’s economic and social policies, says the proposed regulation will protect the health of Europeans by “eliminating unnecessary, excessive and restrictive restrictions on the movement of fleas, ticks and fleas-infected animals,” the Associated Press reported.
The proposed rule also requires the European Commission to work with the U of T to ensure that the rule is applied in a way that does not pose a health risk to people.
The EU also announced plans to develop an “anti-flea and ticks control” vaccine.
The vaccine would be a mixture of an antigen and a toxin that would be released into the bloodstream and injected into the body.
It would be available for the first time to Europeans by 2020.
The move comes just days after the U,S.
Congress passed a $1.1 billion bill to help fund a massive project to create a network of anti-fleas and tick clinics across the U in an effort to control the spread of the disease.
The bill would fund more than $1 billion for research into new anti-tick vaccines.