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Generally once fertilizer is put on the ground it has very little effect as far as a toxin. The problems come when a puppy/dog stick their head into a bag of fertilizer and eat it.
Of course it would be helpful to know what the condo used and if there were other chemicals in there. Your best bet might be to call the company that laid the fertilizer for the future to know what is in it. Because your dog is acting normally I would tend to think that there was not something toxic mixed in.
Here you can read about ingesting fertilizer with products like iron or oganophosphates in it and what symptoms you would see.
The EPA is pretty strict about what is put in fertilizers.
Here is information on the different types of products and the chance of toxicity to dogs for future reference as a condo association may choose to use some of these products