About 4 weeks ago we brought home a new puppy to the family. Oppy seemed to like the new guy, a black pug named Keebler, and most has been going well so far. Oppy sleeps in bed with us, but until he can hold his bladder longer we have Keebler sleeping in a crate next to the bed. Our problem is that he'll wake up 2-3 times a night and start whimpering. If we ignore him, he'll usually fall back to sleep but only after going at it for about 10 minutes (at 2am this feels like forever). He'll eventually get to the point though that he starts howling and won't stop until we get up and take him out. Yesterday this was about 3am and today was about 4:30am. After he peed we put him back in the crate, where he whimpers for a while again until he starts howling again closer to 6 (which about is when Hilliary gets up for work anyways). Oppy was never this difficult when it came to sleeping. We know Keebs can hold his bladder a good long time (we've had work days where we were gone for something like 8-9 hours and he didn't mess his crate. Does anyone have any suggestions other than just ignoring him that might make transitioning a little better (and would let us get a good night's sleep for the first time in a month)?
p.s. I know this is a question about a pug on a corgi site, I just felt it was something of a generic dog question :p