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Unfortunately, it is not illegal to follow you in a public location to see if your dog violates the provisions of the agreement that you may have with the condo association.
While you may not be the only family with a dog, that doesn't mean that it is illegal for her to follow you. You'd need to establish that the only reason she is following you is discrimination based on an illegal factor, like your race or religion.
If she is simply following you based on the fact that your dog is the only dog she's seen "violate" the condo rules, that's not an illegal form of being singled out.
I'm sorry. If I could tell you differently, I would. The facts that you've outlined here though simply do not present any legal basis for you to bring any sort of legal action against her.