Huth got on the scoresheet for the first time this season when he netted the opener with a 67th-minute header in Saturday's 2-1 Premier League victory over Reading at the Britannia Stadium.
Potters skipper Shawcross got his own goalscoring account for the campaign up and running in the previous home match, a 2-2 league draw with Wigan.
Pulis is delighted that the pair have broken their individual ducks for 2012-13, and has also emphasised how important he thinks it is for mid-table Stoke - whose joint top-scorers in the league this term are Peter Crouch and Jon Walters on five - that as many players as possible contribute goals.
"Huthy hasn't scored for several months," Pulis said.
"Ryan scored last week, Huthy scored this week, and we are a team that relies on everybody in the group scoring goals.
"We had a sequence of about six or seven corners in the first half (against Reading) and you are waiting for Robert or Ryan to put their head on it. Then luckily we saw it go in in the second half."
After Huth had given his side a deserved lead by converting Glenn Whelan's corner, substitute Cameron Jerome made it 2-0 with his third league goal of the season, bringing a misplaced header from Reading defender Adrian Mariappa down neatly with his thigh, turning his marker Alex Pearce and lashing the ball home with nine minutes of normal time remaining.
At that point it looked as if a comfortable afternoon's work was complete for the Potters, but two minutes later Mariappa reduced the deficit by nodding in an Ian Harte corner.
Pulis said: "Our second goal was a great goal. The disappointing thing was that they then scored from a set-play.
"Up until that goal, I don't think Asmir (Begovic, the Stoke goalkeeper) really had a shot to save in either half.
"So for him to have to take the ball out of the back of the net after a set-play was disappointing."
Reading have boosted their survival hopes in recent weeks by securing 10 points from four games with a host of late goals, a sequence which took them out of the relegation zone.
And they might have forced a dramatic draw on Saturday - which would have denied Stoke a first league win of 2013 - if Adam Le Fondre's claim in stoppage time that he had been fouled in the box by Ryan Shotton been upheld by referee Michael Oliver.
The decision not to give a penalty irked Royals boss Brian McDermott, but he has stressed he and his players, who are in Dubai for a warm weather training camp this week ahead of their FA Cup clash with Manchester United, must not dwell on what happened.
"He (Oliver) didn't see it as a penalty and that is his decision - he has the whistle in his hand," McDermott said.
"I certainly did at the time, but he is closer than me and he didn't. There is not much more to be said on that really - you can't dwell on it.
"All I will say is that we were 2-0 down at a really difficult place to come to, the lads have given it a right go and once we got back to 2-1, I honestly thought we would get something from the game - we have done it so many times in the past three years, and the lads are gutted regarding the result.
"But they shouldn't be as far as what they are doing for our club, and what great spirit and desire they are showing to do everything they can to get the results for us.
"Of course it is a setback when you don't win the game or get a result, but that is part of being a football manager or a player - you do have setbacks.
"You have to move on very quickly."