But the carrier could cause some confusion, jokes the Web site DailyCandy.
A dog in the carrier could be mistaken "for a big, furry human baby," the site said.
Advertised as the "first improvement to toilet paper as we know it since the 1880s," the $19.99 Comfort Wipe is supposed to provide a sanitary alternative to handling toilet paper.
It is an 18-inch "paper extension arm and holder," according to its infomercial, which holds toilet paper on one end. The toilet paper can be released at the click of a button at the top of the device.
Those with physical or mobility limitations are among the product's target consumers.
Like the infomercial for the Tiddy Bear, the Comfort Wipe infomercial has also attracted more than 1.5 million views on YouTube.com.
The makers of the Big Daddy Driver actually want you to laugh at their product. It is, after all, a combination golf club and weed whacker.
"The Funniest Golf Gift Ever!" reads the top line of the product's Web site.
The inspiration for the club came after one of its creators found his golf ball buried in Bermuda grass. The situation, according to the Web site, prompted his golfing buddy -- and future co-creator -- to joke, "You'll need a weed whacker for that."
The Big Daddy Driver sells for $49.95.
Winkers doesn't actually sell pants, but the company will decorate them for you.
The company Web site explains: "We decorate pants in such a manner that they WINK as you walk. Your WINK is the crease between your buttock and the top of your leg."
The company's designs have included owl eyes, film clapperboards and lions and range in price from $159 to $579.
The Snuggie, the blanket with sleeves, took pop culture by storm last year and has sold millions. But makers of the ubiquitous fleece blanket aren't satisfied with dressing humans -- they've set their sights on their four-legged companions.
The Snuggie for Dogs is advertised as keeping dogs warm while being easier to put on than traditional dog clothing. It sells for $14.95.