This is Melky, my BTF (Boston Terrier Forever).
He loves tasty paleo treats that give him a shiny, silky-smooth coat and perk him up in the morning so he can lick his master's face to death until that old lug wakes up.
My pick for paleo treats for my pet is sardines.
They're both cheap (.89) and packed with nutrients. Sardines provide "total nutrition" for my paleo pal: Omega 3 fatty acids, Protein, Vitamin D, Calcium, Vitamin B12, Tryptophan, Selenium, Phosphorus, Vitamin B3...even Coenzyme Q10.
I'm feeding my boy 1 can/day along with grain-free dry food (which can get expensive).
Do you have any paleo treats you like to feed your pet?
I make a lot of bone broth. My pooch gets the bones (big beef knuckles/joints) which after 36 hours in the crockpot are so soft that my 18 month old could probably eat them.
PS - AWWWWWW what a cute question Torso Dude!
EDIT - HEY I was wrong about the cooked bones apparently - raw only. Ooops.
My dogs get raw beef scrap bones- marrowy and cartilge but also rib bones and whatnot, whole chicken legs or wings, egg yolk, sea salt and liver- whatever liver I can get in them and chicken giblets. I keep an eye on the 'reduced for quick sale' section at the grocery store to get super cheap steak, chicken, whatever and just throw it in the freezer. I've dehydrated liver and heart in thin slices for treats. My cats get a grain free dry food and then raw egg yolk and liver mixed with some canned grain free. I'll also add chicken wing tips or fish scraps (ask at your seafood counter about fish heads/scraps for stock but save the salmon heads for yourself :P). A treat they absolutely LOVE, and so does my one dog that thinks he's a cat, are my son's dried anchovies. You can buy them in the frozen section of Asian markets for under $2.
Dehydrated Green Tripe.
AKA: THE high value treat. It is expensive, but for training purposes there is nothing else that will get his little heart beating as fast as this "doggie crack."
But I don't think you'll want him to lick your face after eating it.
And, if you want good (grass fed) beef liver mixed into it, check out the products at GreenTripe.com,
My dude gets a raw egg, with the shell, a few times a week. He also gets beef knuckles every Sunday, and glares at me if I forget. He also gets chicken livers and hearts whenever I get 'em, which also tends to be once a week.
And he gets raw meaty bones for his food every day, which he seems to consider a Paleo treat. :)
I make jerky for them, no seasonings, just slice kidneys, livers, lungs, whatever I get at the butchers. This way it's easy to keep. I never started my dogs on a "raw" diet (they're 7) so if I try to give them anything raw now they look at me like i'm an idiot. Hence, the jerky is closest thing I can get them to eat. I also give them bones after we've roasted them for us.
My dogs get bones and things like that. They currently have a package of lamb necks defrosting for them. So, pretty much ditto what everyone else said.
My boy dog won't eat raw chicken. Not really sure what that's all about, but it does mean giving him raw chicken liver is out of the question. So usually I take a container of chicken livers, boil them for about a minute so they are less mushy and more solid. Then I cut them into small pieces and dehydrate them for a while. They'll keep really well in a glass jar and I always have a steady supply of training-size treats.
My dogs and cats eat bone-in raw meat and fish every day, and every so often cooked eggs and dairy products. I dispensed with processed pet food/grains 5 years ago, long before I went paleo myself!
For 'treats' I prefer something portable and not too messy. For training/bribing my dogs I use freeze-dried beef liver or any sort of stinky processed sausage, cut in little bits. :D