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The pink paw pads is normal and just means that she does not have pigment there so you are able to see the pink coloring. That is not worrisome, nor is the pink color of her tongue and gums. tThese are all normal things.
Is she worse after eating? Does she get better during the day, then worse again when she has eaten? Did your vet check her liver blues to see if they were normal?
Is there anything in the house that she could have gotten into- medications the may have been dropped, toxins, poisons, etc?
She may be having episodes of low blow sugar. I recommend feeding her small meals frequently (split her normal feedings into 4 or 5 means throughout the day so that she is eating about every 3-4 hours but not a regular sized meal) and seeing if this helps. Most puppies will grow out of this as soon as they are mature and able to store adequate glycogen that can be turned into glucose by the liver and muscle cells.
Make sure she eats, though. Continuing to give her honey or sugar water is not a long term solution as this will only cause insulin release which will drive her glucose even lower. You can do honey in the short term but she ultimately needs to eat to provide her body with nutrition that it needs to continue making glucose.
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