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 Barclays 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."